Lindsay grew up Eureka Springs, Arkansas – deep in the Ozarks in Northwest Arkansas on a farm surrounded by lakes, rivers, and nature. Growing up in such a naturally beautiful environment, she fostered a love for the outdoors and nature. Lindsay received her bachelor’s degree from Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas in politics and international relations and global studies. Upon graduating from college, she moved to Seattle for an AmeriCorps position with Girls on the Run of Puget Sound. After a successful year of program development, volunteer management, and fundraising, Lindsay moved to Spokane to attend law school at Gonzaga University School of Law to focus on nonprofit and environmental law. After receiving her Juris Doctorate and passing the bar, Lindsay volunteered at various nonprofits and graciously found a rewarding position at The Lands Council working in development and communications. In her spare time, Lindsay loves spending time with her husband, Reid, and daughter, Lola; playing with her golden retriever, Bode; and practicing yoga. She also is the Executive Director of Girls on the Run of Spokane County and feels fortunate to spend her days inspiring and coaching young girls to be joyful, happy, and confident.