JCRC is an active member of the Center for Interfaith Cooperation; Lindsey is currently serving as the Board Chair of this organization. She is also a member of the Race and Cultural Relations Leadership Network. Lindsey is a member of the inaugural class (2006) of Hoosier Fellows.
Lindsey is a graduate of the Borns Jewish Studies Program from IU Bloomington, where she focused on Jewish history and art history. She completed a Master’s in Public History from IUPUI, having written her Master’s thesis on the history of Jewish education in Indianapolis. Past Board memberships include the following: Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, Indianapolis Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, JCRC, and the Indiana Jewish Historical Society.
Lindsey is a 3rd generation Jewish Hoosier, born and raised in South Bend. Her first trip to Israel consisted of a month-long stay on a kibbutz with her family when she was 9 years old; that was the first of over a dozen trips to Israel, including a visit as part of her participation in the March of the Living (which followed a week visiting concentration camps in Poland) (1994), a year attending the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (1996), and a summer studying Hebrew in the North (2000).