Lindsay Walker is Assistant Director of Development of Health Initiatives at the ASU Foundation for a New American University. Lindsay previously served in a fundraising capacity at Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and Senior Director at CCS, a fundraising and management consulting firm where she partnered with an array of social service, arts, education and faith-based organizations across the sector. Lindsay earned her bachelor’s from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication at Arizona State University. She is also a graduate of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, where she received a Master’s in Public Affairs with distinct emphasis on policy analysis and nonprofit management.
The 23 statues representing historical figures in New York’s Central Park are all men, and a lot of girls aren’t standing for it. Along with a number of other female leaders, Manhattan-based Girl Scout Troop 3484 is campaigning for statues of women in the Park to celebrate the upcoming centennial of the 19th Amendment.
Revisiting the conversations author and broadcaster Studs Terkel held with people from all walks of life shows that despite some significant progress, many American workers still yearn for a workforce that looks less like the 1970s.
As athletes continue to shape national conversation about protests and professional sports, a university marching band is getting attention for calling out a college rival’s string of sexual assault allegations and administrators’ mishandling of such reports.
In San Diego, there’s a new kind of town on the map. This “faux city” intends to spark positive and specific memories in individuals whose minds and intellectual abilities have been compromised by Alzheimer’s and other dementia-inducing diseases.
Sexual assault and comedy have no place being in the same sentence together, but in light of recent rape allegations involving popular male comedians, female comics are coming together online to raise awareness about sexual assault and harassment in the industry.
Online giving and engagement continues to increase, especially among younger generations born into a tech-driven world. As millennials and other young activists, donors, and volunteers call for more time-efficient and user-friendly options for engagement, organizations are making wise investments to stay afloat during this demographic shift.
Some truck stops along interstates have been documented as also serving as sex trafficking sites. One organization is working to empower truck drivers and truck stop employees to recognize the signs of trafficking, transitioning the trucking industry from perpetrator to hero.
Gender parity has slowly improved over the years, especially in regard to educational attainment for young girls around the world. As a part of a collaborative initiative with multiple agencies, First Lady Michelle Obama has embarked on an international tour to empower women and girls to advocate for letting more girls learn.