Director of Marketing and Administration
A dedicated team member and energized financial services professional, Lindsey is passionate about serving clients. She began her career in the financial services industry in 2012 as a branch office administrator with Edward Jones, while attending the University of West Florida in Pensacola, where she earned bachelor’s degrees in both psychology and art.
Given her educational background, the financial services industry wasn’t where Lindsey thought she’d eventually work. However, when she was given the opportunity to be part of the Iron Horse team, she jumped at the chance and did not look back. She enjoys her marketing and event planning responsibilities that help enhance the family-oriented nature of the practice and help connect clients with the firm. Her other administrative duties include, client administration, data entry for financial planning software, creating portfolio reports at the financial advisor’s direction, account maintenance, and administrative correspondence.
Lindsey is an active member of Olive Baptist Church and sings in the choir with her mom. She is a sculptural artist who specializes in wood and metal, but also enjoys painting and ceramics. Lindsey enjoys traveling the world and has been to ten countries on four continents so far. When it’s time to relax, Lindsey enjoys reading and spending time with her purebred American Eskimo, Emma.
In the 1880s, most U.S. towns set their own local time based on when the sun was at its highest point in the sky or “high noon.” This created a scheduling nightmare for railroads. But rather than rely on the government to create a North American system of time zones, the powerful railroad companies created a new system. The companies – both U.S. and Canadian – agreed to divide the continent into four time zones and initiated their use at noon on November 18, 1883 – the same time zones we use today.