Lindsay Cooper Martin is the Manager of Finance and Administration at ACLU California Action. With over 20 years of experience, Lindsay has served the non-profit sector in both consulting and organizational leadership roles.
As a consultant, her clients include Grace Cathedral, Longwood Gardens, Kennedy Center, Museum of the American Revolution, the Studio Museum in Harlem, SFMOMA, and the Smithsonian. She was Managing Director, US at Lord Cultural Resources, the world’s largest management consulting firm specializing in the cultural sector prior to her independent consultancy.
As Deputy Director for the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio and the Director of Administration at the Hammer Museum at UCLA she worked to integrate long-range organizational strategy and day-to-day management. Early in her career, she worked in education, special projects, and volunteer management at the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts at UC Davis.
She has degrees in Political Science-Public Service and Art History from UC Davis where she was also an ArtsBridge Scholar teaching arts education in Title One public schools.