Position: Board Chair 2023-2024; ex officio member of Governance Committee; ex officio member of HR Committee
Date of appointment: July 1, 2022
Education: BA in political science (St. Thomas University) and a Bachelor of Laws (University of Alberta).
Experience: Lindsay is a practising lawyer, advising clients on matters relating to corporate governance and organization, corporate finance and securities, with a special interest in technology and start up law. She is the past Director of Research at the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF) where she oversaw the foundations research investment activities and managed their research portfolio. Before joining NBIF, Lindsay was the Director of Business Development at Mitacs, the Knowledge Transfer and Partnership Officer at Mount Allison University, and Executive Advisor to the VP External Relations at SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary. She started her career as a lawyer at Warren Sinclair LLP. She and her husband Paul, also own and operate an independent pharmacy in Fredericton.
Behind the Scenes: Lindsay is a member of the New Brunswick Law Society, the Law Society of Alberta and the Canadian Bar Association. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Fredericton Multi-Cultural Association, BioNB, as the local Chapter Co-Lead of Ladies Learning Code, and is Past Vice Chair of the Moncton YWCA.
She’s also an active member of the New Brunswick startup and tech community and has a passion for getting women and girls into entrepreneurism and STEM.
Lindsay on NBCC: NBCC is a valuable asset to the Province of New Brunswick. Not only does it provide students with the opportunity to pursue their passion and acquire skills for fulling careers, NBCC is also a source of innovation,
and a nimble resource for New Brunswick industry.