Co-Founder and Chief Risk Officer at Stranger Labs
Lindsay began her career in STEM in the US military 15 years ago and has since worked in the
US Intelligence Community and with government agencies including NCIS, the FBI, and HHS;
Fortune 500 companies, one of the hottest Cybersecurity startups in the industry toping
best-of-lists in Information Weekly Dark Reading, SC Magazine and WSJ. She advises startups,
mentors and speaks on topics including: Cybersecurity, Data privacy, Governance, Risk, and
Compliance and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
She is a proud member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, a Certified
Ethical Hacker and an Integrated Risk Management strategist she has worked with and
mentored some of the best and brightest in the high-tech sector on some of the most challenging
information security issues facing the Federal and corporate landscape.
Her passion for philanthropy and social impact has lead her to serve internationally
across the U.S., Europe, and on the largest multilateral humanitarian mission in the SE
Asia-Pacific region. To date her work has been covered in Al Jazeera, CNBC, and quoted in
Buzzfeed. Most recently she served as a judge for the inaugural One World Award, presented at
the Consensys Blockchain for Social Impact Conference at the United States Institute of Peace in
She is currently serving as an Adjunct Professor at the University of New Hampshire School of
Law and the Founder and CEO of Women of Color in Blockchain, Inc (WCB). WCB along with
it’s partners work to enhance the perspectives represented at conferences, companies, and
projects across the blockchain ecosystem and the tech industry.