MA, University of Delaware 2002
Specialist Certificate, School Psychology, University of Delaware 2004
Lindsay graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Delaware with a major in psychology and double minors in economics and legal studies. Upon graduation she spent a year in Washington, D.C. working within the legal department of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and co-authored an article featured in the journal of Law and Human Behavior. The following year her studies took her to Philadelphia to complete graduate work in the field of forensic psychology where she developed a greater curiosity about the application of psychology in the educational setting as a means for prevention by promoting resiliency and self-efficacy. She returned to the University of Delaware to pursue her Master of Arts degree in school psychology and earned the Victor Mankin Award for demonstrating academic excellence and outstanding potential as an education professional.
As a nationally certified school psychologist, Lindsay has spent her career working with students of all age levels, serving within the Colonial School District, The College School, and for the last twelve years, the Appoquinimink School District. As such, she has provided individual and group counseling, conducted psychoeducational evaluations, assisted in the development of Individualized Education Programs and collaborated closely with school personnel to develop instructional and behavioral interventions for students.
Lindsay is excited to support students at St. Andrew’s and fully embraces the department’s mission of “empowering students by helping them understand their learning preferences and needs, maximizing their strengths, and achieving academic excellence and independence.”
Lindsay lives nearby in Middletown with her husband, Chris, twins Tyler and Emory, and three friendly felines.