Lindsay is a qualified young professional looking to change how political parties influence government. She is a certified millennial, born in 1988 and coming of age during America's Great Recession that started in 2008.
Born in Willingboro, New Jersey and raised in the Philadelphia suburbs, Lindsay knows what it means to struggle in order to get ahead. After graduating from Conestoga High School, she attended Skidmore College, graduating with a B.A. in Psychology in 2010. In her time at Skidmore, Lindsay worked with the Center for Sex and Gender Relations as a Peer Advocate, acting as a safe sex educator and a resource for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault on campus. As part of her work as a Peer Advocate and a fellow survivor of campus sexual assault, Lindsay rallied with hundreds of students and campaigned for rewriting the college's official sexual assault policies.
After graduating and struggling to launch a career in the floundering economy of the early 2010s, Lindsay discovered a passion for recognizing great ideas and bringing them to fruition as a web developer and digital product project manager in the media industry. She has had the privilege of working for esteemed media organizations such as the New York Post, where she was a project manager on the digital product team, acting as a liaison with several in-house teams and vendor agencies that bring the Post's website, apps, and other digital products to life.
Lindsay Brown is a resident of Clark, in New Jersey's 7th Congressional district, where she lives with her husband Andrew and their five rescue pets (two dogs, three cats). Lindsay believes that animal welfare should be a central pillar of our national policy framework.
In her limited spare time, Lindsay is an avid DIYer who always has several projects going. At the time of writing this bio, she is in the midst of crocheting an afghan, building a pair of nightstands from reclaimed wood, and working on the build plans for a fireplace surround and mantel to stylishly house her dog's beds.