Lindsay J. Dively
After completing her undergraduate studies with a B.A. in Government and Politics and a Minor in Communications at the University of Maryland, Lindsay continued her studies with an M.S. in Public Relations Management and an M.B.A. While completing her graduate studies she began her career in the non-profit sector as an Executive Director within a professional development association before shifting her focus to education. She served six years as the Director of Admissions for St. Vincent Palloti High School before moving abroad. In 2018, Lindsay had the life-changing opportunity to work on a gender empowerment project with The Happy Africa Foundation in Zambia. Quickly she fell in love with community outreach and advocacy for sustainable aid relief. Moving from Zambia to South Africa in 2019, Lindsay served as Project Manager for all education, health, and gender empowerment programs. Once returning to the states she took her love for community, advocacy, small business entrepreneurship, and wellness to open a holistic wellness center in Historic Laurel. Additionally, she began working as Community Liaison and Workforce and Education Senior Advisor for Senator Jim Rosapepe and Maryland General Assembly. Lindsay has continued to serve as a Consultant in a variety of fields including expertise in marketing and communications to project and strategic management and education. She resides in Maryland with her fiancé, two children, and their lovable French Bulldog.