Lindsey was born and raised in New Hampshire, the oldest of five, and she's always found the need to help others grow. After graduating high school, she went after a career in Esthetics, receiving her license in NH as an Esthetician and Freelance Makeup Artist. She then transferred to a community college in hopes of finishing school with a Business Degree, only to fall in love with Marketing, learning the in's and out's of community wants and needs and how to make plans that are quick and effective. Her dream was to be a full-time freelance makeup artist and beauty professional, with an interest in branding and marketing businesses, but God had other plans.
In December of 2016, a family friend lost their son Austin in an opioid-related car accident, along with a young driver. The devastation the community faced losing two young people at once was unbearable, and a team of passionate community members joined together and took action right away. In January of 2017, Lindsey took on the role of Communications Director for the non-profit community center Austin17House, creating a place for young and old to enjoy themselves and be supported in their gifts to help map out their dreams. Over the last year, Lindsey and her team have successfully been able to accomplish this vision while creating an even larger plan for the future.
Now in partnership with the Addiction Policy Forum, Lindsey hopes to continue to provide solutions, resources and answers to those wanting to make a difference in their communities.