Lindsay Andrews
Strategic Communications Consultant

Lindsay Andrews has extensive experience providing strategic communications counsel to senior management at a range of organizations, from large public companies to small
technology startups to venture capital firms.  She counsels clients on a broad scope of
corporate communications, media, crisis, litigation and investor relations issues.  Prior to becoming an independent consultant , Lindsay was a Vice President at Sard Verbinnen & Co, a top national strategic and crisis communications firm.   

Lindsay is adept at learning new industries and performing competitive analyses and then turning those insights into effective, business-driven communications plans. Through research and hands-on collaboration, she leads companies and management teams in creating a corporate narrative and comprehensive messaging platform for key audiences.

Lindsay also supports clients with execution of their communications plan, with expertise in managing media relations, drafting communications, and securing profile-raising and thought leadership opportunities.  In addition to her work in proactive corporate communications, Lindsay represents clients facing a diverse array of crisis situations,
including management changes, litigation, regulatory investigations, and cybersecurity issues.    

Lindsay is an attorney and worked as a litigation associate for Morrison & Foerster, LLP before entering communications.  As a litigator she chaired a federal jury trial to verdict, assisted on two state court trials, defended financial services and consumer class actions, conducted national internal investigations, and advised clients on employment law issues.

Lindsay’s legal experience informs her role as a communications consultant, particularly in litigation and crisis situations where she works seamlessly with legal teams to identify potential weaknesses and minimize risk. 

Lindsay holds a J.D. and L.L.M. in International and Comparative Law from Duke University
and a B.A. from Vassar College.