Lindsay is originally from Richmond, VA where she began flute lessons at age 10 with Alice Hammel. She received her BM in music education, studying flute with Beth Chandler, from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA in 2007, and then studied with flutist Trevor Wye at his home studio in Ashford, Kent, England. The summer of 2009 she interned in the education department of the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC before finishing her MM in flute performance, studying with John Bailey, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2010. She taught Intro to Music at Gillette College and served on the Board of Directors for the Powder River Symphony in Gillette, WY during a brief time while living in the area. Lindsay was adjunct faculty at Doane University in Crete, NE as the flute instructor for many years until becoming a mom in 2015, while also working in arts education and outreach at both the Lied Center for Performing Arts and the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts at UNL, then as the Director of Community Partnerships for Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra from July 2013 to Jan 2017. She left LSO to take on more community engagement work as Director of Community & Learning for Lincoln Children's Museum. In October, 2020 Lindsay transitioned to Nebraska Children & Families Foundation and the Communities for Kids program, where she still works full time. In August, 2012 she performed at the National Flute Association Annual Convention in Las Vegas and in August, 2013 she performed with the Professional Flute Choir and on the Newly Published Music Recital as a convention Performers Competition Winner. She plays in Coro di Flauti (Lincoln area flute choir), La Dolce Vita (flute/guitar duo), is President-Elect for Lincoln Music Teacher's Association, and is a teacher for the Music Outreach Program (MOP). Her students consistently participate in the Junior Youth Orchestra, Lincoln Youth Symphony, District Festival, and All-State band/orchestra.