Lindsay manages key behavioral health client relationships and provides customer-focused services to a diverse clientele. She produces high-quality work products and deliverables and assists clients with policy analysis, facilitation, and other services to improve behavioral health systems.

Lindsay has over ten years of experience building community collaboratives, developing and implementing strategic plans, facilitating equity centered community design projects, developing measurement systems, and promoting outcomes-based learning. She believes in the value of collective impact, the notion that we are stronger together than any one of us can be strong alone. Lindsay has worked across sectors, among professionals, and those with lived experience to create and implement community action plans to make systems responsive to those they are intended to serve. Lindsay has former experience in state Medicaid operations, early childhood development programming, youth and young adult community behavioral health systems of care and community-based population health reform. She is a Certified Quality Improvement Advisor through the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and is a Certified Bridges Out of Poverty Facilitator. 

Lindsay holds a master’s degree in nonprofit management from Regis University and a Bachelor of Science degree in integrated communications from Colorado State University-Pueblo.

A few fun facts about Lindsay…

Lindsay loves to travel and notes Las Vegas and Nashville as two of her favorite spots to visit. Lindsay is a big hockey fan and has a goal to watch the Colorado Avalanche play in all 32 arenas in the United States and Canada. Lindsay utilizes her diversability to advocate for inclusion for all in the pursuit of outdoor adventures and you can find her out on the weekends in her TracChair hiking many of Colorado’s beautiful trails.