Development Manager, Strategic Partnerships
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As Development Manager for Strategic Partnerships, Lindsey leads a new effort to develop public-private partnerships in support of Ceres' mission and programs. In this capacity she manages multiple projects, including Ceres' annual involvement with the Clinton Global Initiative. Lindsey also works to build and strengthen Ceres' partnerships with family foundations and family offices.
Lindsey graduated with honors from Princeton University with a B.A. in history and a certificate in French. She also holds a Master's of Business Administration from the Yale School of Management. Lindsey's graduate studies focused on the intersection of business and the environment and included an independent study on impact investing. During graduate school, Lindsey also worked as a research assistant for Professor Jeffrey E. Garten.
Lindsey previously worked in foundation development at Ceres, securing funding and strengthening partnerships with Ceres' foundation supporters and thought partners. She began her career in Boston at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. During graduate school, Lindsey interned with The Riverside Company, a global private equity firm. While at Riverside, she developed an ESG screen for the firm's due diligence process and led a variety of sustainability-focused communications projects.