Lindsay is a management consultant with expertise in assisting government agencies and institutions of higher education to transform their systems, processes, and organizational strategies to take advantage of new technology innovations as well as address financial constraints, new policies and citizen demands.  She has worked with clients in over 35 states, including health and human services agencies, transportation agencies, labor and employment agencies, and financial management agencies.   Lindsay’s work includes a significant focus on implementing health and human services business transformations, developing new operating models to align to customer service demands, and working with stakeholder groups at the local, county, state and Federal levels. Lindsay has particular expertise in serving Secretaries of Health and/or Human Services and led efforts to support state governments in their response to the opioid epidemic as well as their response and recovery for COVID-19. Lindsay is a Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) and a Project Management Professional (PMP).

Prior to her consulting career, Lindsay was an evaluator at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) and served as a research assistant at Independent Sector, an organization focused on strengthening the nonprofit and philanthropic community.  She has a Master of Public Administration from American University and a Bachelor of Arts from Gettysburg College, where she majored in music and psychology.  She serves on the Board of Trustees of Gettysburg College. Lindsay has two school age children, and lives with her husband Adam, a former law enforcement officer and investigator, in Carlisle, PA.