Lindsay is passionate about growing companies that have a life changing impact on their customers, and has a broad range of experience working across both the private and public sectors. Lindsay started her career in marketing and business development for a leading Microsoft partner in London, UK. She subsequently pivoted into global public health to oversee the Clinton Health Access Initiative’s (CHAI) malaria programs in East and West Africa, which focused on innovative partnerships to reduce prices and increase availability of malaria diagnostic tests and treatments. Before returning to Canada, Lindsay led Customer Experience for Fenix International, a fast-growing lease-to-own solar power company in Uganda. Lindsay is now the COO of BlueDot, a Toronto-based digital health company that tracks and anticipates infectious disease outbreaks around the world, using artificial and human intelligence.
Lindsay holds a Bachelor’s degree in Arts (Honours) in Political Science & International Development from Queen’s University, and a certificate in Marketing from the London School of Marketing.