Lindsay Maurer

Lindsay grew up in Grand Junction, CO and completed a bachelor’s in exercise physiology from Western Colorado University (Gunnison), a graduate certificate in total worker health from the Colorado School of Public Health. She will graduate in May 2024 with a Master’s in Occupational Health & Safety from Columbia Southern University. Lindsay was the recipient of the Healthlinks Champion for Well-Being Award in 2022 and in 2023, together with Pitkin County, she achieved gold employer status with both the American Heart Association and the Wellness Council of America. She is currently the wellness and safety administrator for Pitkin County. Lindsay’s hobbies include running and reading. She loves spending time with her family, friends and two dogs Stickers & Tilly. She is also a national ambassador and coach for the Crohns & Colitis Foundation Team Challenge events, which encourage patients, caregivers and supporters of those with IBD to run, bike, swim and walk for a cure. Lindsay comes to RFL Mastermind excited to develop a deeper connection with herself and her leadership style.