Lindsay Schuenke has been the training coordinator at InBIA since 2004. In this position, she helps manage the logistics of InBIA’s training events, including the association’s International Conference on Business Incubation, Training Institute, Summit for Advanced Incubation Professionals and online Web seminars. For each event, she coordinates hotel details, incubator tour planning, speaker recruitment and management, and session and program development. She has been involved in the inception and implementation of the InBIA Incubator Management Certificate Program and the Summit for Advanced Incubation Professionals. Lindsay has also worked with international groups to coordinate hotel, travel and speaker details for U.S. incubator tours and trainings.
Prior to joining InBIA, Lindsay was the communications officer for the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, a regional philanthropic organization working to address the unique needs of Appalachian Ohio. In this position, she created materials and organized events designed to increase awareness of philanthropy in the foundation’s 29-county region. She also spent a year working as an AmeriCorps volunteer at Casa de Esperanza de los Ninos, a Houston-based nonprofit organization that provides care for high-risk foster children.
Lindsay holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Ohio Wesleyan University. She resides in Biddeford, Maine, with her husband and three children.