Lyndsie works with a team of operations professionals to support internal strategic planning, business development, and talent management for NY-based executives. She initially joined CCS in 2013 as an onsite director, where she partnered with an array of clients in the arts, education, and environmental sectors. Serving as a trusted thought partner, she managed diverse projects including feasibility studies, campaign management, and development assessments and served as interim director of development.
In the time between these roles at CCS, Lyndsie served as the Director of Advancement and Strategic Projects at Congregation Rodeph Sholom, a 180-year-old synagogue in Manhattan. In this role, Lyndsie led the 1,700-family congregation in its largest ever capital campaign and annual fundraising efforts. She also spearheaded the community’s first ever strategic plan, managed its congregational listening campaign, led programmatic incubators, and designed and facilitated leadership development programs.
Lyndsie received her B.A. from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study where she concentrated in Judaic Studies and Non-Profit Management. She serves on the Board of SAORI Arts NYC, an organization that brings free form weaving to children and adults with disabilities and chronic illnesses.