Lindsay earned her law degree from The University of Akron School of Law, where she was on the Dean’s List and earned a CALI Award for the highest “A” grade in her Legal Writing and Research class. She was a founding member of Akron Law’s chapter of the American Constitution Society and served as Treasurer of the group. She also studied abroad in Nagoya, Japan, during her time in law school.
A life-long resident of Northeast Ohio, Lindsay is the proud granddaughter of first generation Americans, and she is also a first generation lawyer. She graduated from Champion High School with honors and earned an academic scholarship to the University of Mount Union, where she double majored in Chemistry and Political Science and triple minored in Biology, French, and Legal Studies. At Mount Union, she was a member of the Gamma Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority and a member of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. She also attended graduate school for her Master of Applied Politics degree at the University of Akron’s Bliss Institute of Applied Politics.
In her spare time, Lindsay is an avid reader and enjoys volunteering her time for several causes that work to advance literacy, advocate for women, and promote civic participation.