Lindsey is a Senior Manager of the Ceres Investor Network on Climate Risk and Sustainability. In this role, she works to strengthen and expand the participation of U.S. and Canadian asset owners and asset managers in the Ceres Investor Network, the investor group committed to more rigorous sustainable investment policies and practices. Lindsey developed and leads Ceres’ work with foundation and family office network members and co-leads Canadian and Midwest member recruitment and participation. She also directs special member initiatives related to clean and renewable energy investment and serves as Ceres’ impact investing lead.
Lindsey brings to her role more than a decade in the sustainability field. Previously, she led program-related corporate funding partnerships for Ceres, securing resources and developing partnerships across program areas. Concurrently, she established and led multiple strategic partnerships for Ceres with affiliate NGOs. Prior to her work in corporate and NGO partnerships, Lindsey managed a portfolio of private foundations that support Ceres’ advocacy for sustainability leadership.
Lindsey earned a BA in history, cum laude, from Princeton University and earned an MBA from the Yale School of Management. During graduate school, she worked for The Riverside Company, a global private equity firm, designing their first ESG due diligence tool and leading sustainability-focused communications projects.
Since 2014, Lindsey has served as Co-Leader of the Boston chapter of WISE (Women Investing for a Sustainable Economy), an international professional network of women working in sustainable and impact investment. She is also a long-time alumni mentor for the Princeton Internships in Civic Service program.