Lindsay is a business strategist with 12+ years of international experience in a range of advisory, research, forecasting, and start-up roles at the intersection of business and social change. She is based in New York City and is launching the US office of Intellecap, where she previously ran the trade publication Microfinance Insights and founded the social enterprise magazine, Beyond Profit. Before her current role at Intellecap, Lindsay spent 5 years working for the think tank and consulting firm, SustainAbility, where she ran the New York office. Her portfolio included finance, technology, pharmaceutical, and food companies, including Barclays, BMW, GE, Nestle, Nike, and UBS. Lindsay’s research and writing has focused on the potential of business to create social benefit. In 2014, she launched Model Behavior, a research initiative focused on mapping the landscape of and building the case for business model shifts that bring positive societal, economic and environmental benefit. Lindsay has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fast Company, GOOD Magazine and the Guardian Sustainable Business. She is a speaker on sustainable business innovation and has recently spoken about blended finance, women’s entrepreneurship, and circular economy. She currently teaches a graduate course at Parsons in New York on sustainable business models.