Lindley White has over 25 years of experience in corporate communications—including strategy, internal & external communications, change management and employee engagement communications, public relations and strategic events.
Lindley began her career in the White House working in the first Bush Administration, and has continued to work with high-ranking executives and firms in the public eye—including McDonald’s and Ariel Investments. She has worked on many large-scale corporate initiatives from the launch of a new mutual fund to the rollout of McDonald’s worldwide “i’m lovin’ it” campaign.
In 2009, Lindley established her own consulting practice. Representative projects include repositioning messaging for a business advisory and restructuring firm; a multi-year assignment with a manufacturer to the steel industry including acquisition and integration communications, executive and plant leadership messaging, and working onsite at the company’s largest plant in support of an employee engagement campaign. During the Sun-Times Media Group’s bankruptcy proceedings, Lindley served as a spokesperson and handled a range of internal communications.
Lindley’s collective experiences working within the political, financial and manufacturing arenas, Fortune 500 brands, entrepreneurial environments, as well as distressed companies afford her unique insights into diverse constituencies and a wide array of communications challenges.
Lindley graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.A. in Economics.