Lindsey Ledwin works with a variety of clients on cybersecurity, healthcare, energy/environment, foreign policy and homeland security. She also assists several clients on transportation issues, specifically the FAA and Highway Reauthorization bills.
She has more than a decade of experience in government affairs, including eight years on Capitol Hill, key roles in state and federal campaigns and several years lobbying for prominent consulting firms in Washington.
Lindsey began her political career with former Senator William S. Cohen (R-ME) in 1995, on the Senate Special Committee on Aging. When Senator Cohen announced his retirement, she was one of four staffers to be asked to work for incoming Senator Susan M. Collins (R-ME). During her service with Senator Collins, Lindsey held a variety of positions, including professional staff member of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and the Senator’s state scheduler in Maine.
After serving as a senior staffer to the unsuccessful Maine gubernatorial campaign for Peter Cianchette (R-ME), Lindsey was asked to return to Washington, DC by Senator Olympia J. Snowe (R-ME). Her first position upon returning was to serve as the clerk of the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee, chaired by Senator Snowe. Within months, Lindsey was promoted to the Senator’s personal office to be a member of the senior staff. She also served as a political designee for the 2006 Snowe for Senate campaign.
She has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a special concentration in geriatrics, from Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland.