Lindsey grew up in Massachusetts and studied psychology at Colby-Sawyer College before going on to work in the healthcare industry. Shortly after meeting her Green Beret husband Matt, he was injured in Afghanistan; finding a need for support of Green Beret Spouses, Lindsey began volunteering with the Green Beret Foundation.
Lindsey Co-Founded the 7th Group Chapter of the Steel Mags, and since has raised over thirty thousand dollars for the Green Beret Foundation. Developing partnerships with U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, USSOCOM Care Coalition, and 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne), she has worked tirelessly to raise awareness and support for Green Beret Spouses on behalf of the Green Beret Foundation.
Currently, Lindsey is developing the Seriously Injured Solider Initiative with the American Red Cross in order to better support single injured soldiers stationed at Fort Bragg. She has also submitted an Army Family Action Plan to garner more support and services for soldiers who are wounded in theater, yet stay in country to recover. She was nominated for Military Spouse of the Year, and continues to advocate for Special Forces and military families alike.
Outside of her volunteerism with the Green Beret Foundation, she volunteers with Blue Star Families, and serves as a hospital advocate for Friend to Friend, supporting survivors of sexual assault and human trafficking.
Lindsey currently lives in North Carolina with her husband Matt, three beautiful and rambunctious kids, and two dogs.