Lindsay is an experienced DEI leader, practitioner, and strategist with expertise in analysis and assessment, stakeholder engagement, strategic communication, and change management.

She is passionate about utilizing facilitation and courageous conversations to help organizations work through their toughest challenges, approaching her work through intersectional DEI lens to build workplaces that are psychologically safe, grounded in empathy, and provide a sense of belonging for everyone. Lindsay excels in coaching individuals and teams, fostering cross-functional collaboration, and facilitating constructive dialogue among diverse stakeholder groups to bridge divides and support effective conflict resolution.

Lindsay holds a BComm in Business Economics and Strategic Management from the Alberta School of Business. She has experience as a DEI and change management consultant, as well as establishing and leading an in-house DEI function within a large organization. She has supported organizations throughout Canada and the U.S. across a variety of sectors, including Retail, Construction, Power and Utilities, Higher Education, Government and Public Sector, and Financial Services.

Lindsay is a second generation Canadian and identifies as a neurodivergent, biracial Black woman. Growing up with one parent an African immigrant from Zimbabwe and another parent a fourth-generation settler Canadian, Lindsay has been navigating the complexities of identity her entire life. She is passionate about supporting her community and stays involved with the University of Alberta coaching business students in case competitions and having served on the Peter Lougheed Leadership College Advisory Committee. She enjoys creative and performing arts and serves as a board member for the Citadel Theatre, and in her spare time she enjoys mentoring students and early-career professionals, writing and contributing to online publications, travelling with her fiancé, and being a dog-momager to their corgi puppy, Alfie.