Prior to joining Alipes as a Digital Account Manager, Lindsey worked managing a portfolio of New York state and local campaigns building sustainable, people-powered digital fundraising programs.
Originally from North Carolina, Lindsey attended Simmons University where she studied political science and history. She presented her honors thesis "140 Characters of Tactical Innovation: Social movement activism and political participation on Twitter among Black Americans" at the 46th Annual National Conference of Black Political Scientists.
Lindsey is a pop culture connoisseur, avid reader, and sartorial expert. Her other interests include spending time with her dog Bowie, racial and environmental justice with an intersectional lens, and social media as a change agent.
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