In 2022, Lindsay joined the JUFJ staff as the Program Director focused on providing leadership development and educational programming as well as supporting organization-wide initiatives and projects, such as the racial equity implementation. She also supervises the communications team. Starting in 2007, Lindsay volunteered with JUFJ and our sister organization, the JUFJ Campaign Fund, in roles ranging from the co-chair of the MD Fair Purple Line campaign to Labor Seder table captain coordinator to member of the Campaign Fund’s DC Endorsement Committee.
Lindsay previously worked at National Council of Jewish Women for twelve years in the Engagement & Leadership and Government Relations & Advocacy Departments. During her tenure there, she cultivated leaders and engaged advocates inspired by Jewish values to take action on voter engagement, the federal courts, and reproductive freedom. Before that, she was a tenant organizer with JUFJ’s longtime partner CASA de Maryland (now CASA) following her AVODAH service corps year as legal assistant there.
Lindsay grew up outside of Syracuse, NY and received her BA in Chemistry and Spanish from Bucknell University. When she is not at JUFJ, you can find her at the farmers’ market, hanging out in her garden, renovating her 100+year-old house in Washington, DC, or bicycling around the city.
Lindsay uses she/her/hers pronouns.