Lindsay joined the Proteus Fund staff in 2012, having previously served as a consultant to Proteus. Lindsay serves as program associate to the Security & Rights Collaborative, a funding collaborative working to build the capacity of Muslim, Arab and South Asian community organizations that are challenging post-9/11 profiling and discrimination. In this role, Lindsay provides programmatic and partnershp development support, including developing grant recommendations, monitoring and research field developments, and assisting in managing relationships with donor partners. Prior to joining the Proteus Fund, Lindsay worked as a legal associate at Alliance for Justice, where she worked with a team of six attorneys and performed legal research on complex state and federal issues, monitored legislation, and developed resources to support progressive nonprofit organizations engaged in lobbying, advocacy and election activity.
Lindsay holds a BA in Psychology from New York University, and a Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School, where she was a founding officer of the school's Amnesty International chapter and a recipient of an International Human Rights Fellowship and Class of 2010 Public Service Award.