1. Lindsay worked with her staff to create a special day of giving as part of Dayton Children's employee giving campaign. The day included everything from a food truck rally to a dunking booth with senior leaders. As a result, hospital employees contributed over $1 million during the three-year campaign.
2. During her time as executive director of Clothes that Work, a nonprofit that provides work-appropriate attire to men and women in need, Lindsay initiated a new donor cultivation strategy resulting in a 50% increase in society donors.
3. She has served as an adjunct instructor for a student philanthropy course at Wright State University and volunteers with the Dayton Foodbank's development committee, providing input on the organization's development strategy and coaching fundraising staff.
4. Lindsay played an instrumental role in Dayton Children’s largest capital campaign, which raised $27.4 million, exceeding its $25 million goal.