Lindsay has always been interested in helping people and, as such, completed her Bachelors degree in Psychology from University of Southern California and subsequently received her Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from University of San Francisco.
Upon completion of her masters, Lindsay worked as a counselor at Burt Children's Center, a residential facility for abused and neglected children. Following her years at Burt Children's Center, Lindsay worked as a counselor for an elementary school in South San Francisco where she aided students and families in educational and social-emotional issues.
Lindsay's three children were diagnosed with dyslexia in 2012, 2013 & 2016, and since then she has become dedicated to learning as much as possible about this particular disability in the hopes of making an impact on the lives of dyslexic children. She has attended simulations, lectures and trainings on various aspects of dyslexia, from research backed interventions to co-morbidity with anxiety, dyscalculia and hyperactivity disorders. Additionally, in 2016 Lindsay completed training through the Slingerland Institute and became certified in assessing students for language processing disorders. Most recently Lindsay has partnered with an Educational Therapist to develop a reading program geared to combat the "wait to fail" approach that harms so many young students.
Lindsay is focused on increased assessment and early intervention for children struggling with literacy, as well as emotional support for students struggling with the shame dyslexia so often brings. KLIMB was derived from a passion for the potential of dyslexic children and the realization that many families of dyslexics don't know where to turn for help.