Lindsay Flynn '05 is the vice president of government relations at Twenty-First Century Group. She represents a diverse portfolio of clients in the healthcare, telecommunication, and transportation industries, including Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, and municipalities. She assists clients with legislative strategy and policy, with a focus on vaccine issues, telehealth, biodefense, and Medicaid managed care.
Prior to joining Twenty-First Century Group, Lindsay served as an intern for U.S. Representative Niki Tsongas (D-MA). She worked as a field organizer on Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) Senate campaign in 2012, and as a coordinator for women's outreach in Pennsylvania on President Barack Obama's (D) campaign in 2008.
Lindsay started her career as a research analyst for Assabet Ventures, a healthcare consulting firm in Massachusetts. In this role, she worked closely with senior executives on projects for health plans, medical device companies, the pharmaceutical industry, and the Ministry of Health in China.
While at Walker's, Lindsay was president of EWAC (The Ethel Walker Athletic Council), played varsity field hockey and varsity basketball, and was captain of the varsity lacrosse team. She was also president of the Chemistry Club. Lindsay went on to earn a degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Lindsay served on our Alumnae Board and has been a class agent and reunion committee volunteer. Last year, she hosted our DC alumnae reception which included a private tour of the U.S. Capitol Building. Lindsay's father, Patrick Flynn, served on Walker's board of trustees from 2004 to 2009. Lindsay is originally from Concord, MA and is a Dial.