Lindsay is so good at reading and effectively communicating with different audiences, you’d think she’d been doing it since she was 5—and you’d be right. Tagging along at events during her mother’s campaign for a district court judgeship inspired her to an impressive career as an international diplomat and policy advisor, all with a specialization in communications.
As Managing Director, it’s Lindsay’s job to maximize the value we deliver to every ROKK client. In broad strokes, that means proactively identifying client needs and building the infrastructure to meet them, like our groundbreaking Social Impact Communications practice, which she built and leads.
WHY LINDSAY BELONGS IN THE ROOM
She knows how to identify and realize hidden potential in corporate affairs strategies.
Let her tell you how corporate responsibility efforts like sustainability reports can improve performance in crisis situations and employee engagement—and prepare to be blown away.
She’s a master of complex and sensitive communications scenarios.
Ask her about being a Foreign Service Officer in Venezuela, where she managed the US Embassy’s crisis response to the WikiLeaks scandal. Or running public affairs and community outreach campaigns for the US department of Justice in Mexico during that country’s historic justice reform and anti-human trafficking efforts.
She knows policy like the back of her hand.
At the Department of Energy, she was the architect of President Obama’s historic Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas.
GOOD TO KNOW
”True Crime” shows
Lindsay bakes a wicked good… anything! Ask her about her baking certificate from Le Cordon Bleu.
NEWS ABOUT LINDSAY
Forbes: Despite Political Polarization, Survey Shows Broad Bipartisan Support For Corporate ESG Efforts
ROKK Solutions Managing Director Lindsay Singleton Honored With PRNEWS’ Top Women In Public Relations Award
Fortune: Sustainability: If your company has a great record, make sure investors hear about it
LinkedIn: Women’s Equality Looks Different This Year. So Does How Companies Can Support Us.
Marketing Dive: Corporate social responsibility emerges as content king in 2020 Super Bowl ads