Lindsey has a master's degree in library and information science, a graduate certificate in information management, and a bachelor's degree in liberal studies, where her areas of concentration were journalism, history, and literature.
As the Managing Editor of First Quarter Finance, Lindsey conducts thorough research to ensure that her articles, as well as all of FQF’s new and previously-published content, contain accurate and up-to-date information.
Lindsey has expertise in retail store policies, consumer savings, personal finance, banking, loans, and credit cards. She has researched many prominent companies, including Capital One, CarMax, Discover, Enterprise, Nordstrom, Verizon, and Walmart.
Her research often includes interviews; thorough readings of official documents like state and federal laws, corporate handbooks, and cardholder agreements; and first-hand contact with corporate and store representatives.
During her academic career, Lindsey was named an honor scholar and James B. Angell Scholar, was nominated to the Beta Phi Mu International Honor Society, and won two undergraduate writing awards.
Lindsey is passionate about research, the written word, and connecting people with the information they need. Her writing has also been published in The Michigan Journal and on her classic film blog, The Motion Pictures.