founder & cEo
Although Lindsay wasn’t the valedictorian or salutatorian of her high school class, she was admitted to Harvard, Princeton and Yale and ended up choosing Harvard. Hard work, strong grades and standout test scores improve the probability of admission, but what helped her gain access to the country’s most sought after schools was her ability to build her academic profile and craft a compelling personal narrative in her essays.
Today, Lindsay applies that insight to help students make academic decisions, tell their stories, and provide colleges with captivating answers to the question of “why choose me?” She and her team have helped hundreds of families in the US and abroad successfully navigate the college application landscape.
In 2015, Lindsay was named a Westchester Wunderkind – one of 22 under-30 young professionals who are changing Westchester. She is a member of NACAC, IECA and the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of some of the most successful entrepreneurs under 40. Lindsay has been featured as a thought leader and writer in publications including Forbes, Inc., The Huffington Post, & Teen Vogue.
Under Lindsay's leadership, LogicPrep was ranked #36 nation-wide on Entrepreneur's Top Company Cultures list in the small company category. She is also the President of the Jesse Kolber Foundation, which provides both access to and financing for college to highly achieving students who have demonstrated resilience, financial need, and a commitment to academic excellence.
Harvard University, BA in English (Cum Laude) with a minor in Spanish Language & Literature
Columbia Teachers College, Masters in Cognitive Studies in Education (in progress)