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Lindsay Hill

Birth and Postpartum Doula

Lindsay Hill is an educator, consultant, doula, mother, and Co-CEO of Threshold Philanthropy, a philanthropic start-up focused on co-creating liberatory grantmaking practices with Black and Native/Indigenous communities most impacted by racism, heterosexism, and extractive capitalism in Washington, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Threshold supports the radical transformation of these regions through the lens of reparations through our grantmaking, investment portfolios, voice and leadership, and as an employer. Lindsay supports the development and implementation of the overall vision, budget, grantmaking strategy, investment portfolio, and external voice for the organization. 


Prior to this launch, she served as the director of diversity equity and inclusion at the Raikes Foundation. In this role, Lindsay supported the foundation trustees, leadership team, and strategy and operations teams to ensure that the Raikes Foundation’s grants, partnerships, and internal operations led to a more just and equitable world. Before stepping into this role, Lindsay served as the program officer designing and leading the Raikes Foundation's K-12 education portfolio and helped to launch the Building Equitable Learning Environments (BELE) Network. The BELE Network is an innovative learning collaborative that brings together education nonprofits, educators, research institutions, and experts in equity, improvement science, and scaling for impact, with the goal of transforming the US education system.


Prior to joining the Raikes Foundation team, Lindsay spent four years as the founding executive director of Teach For America – Washington. She began her career as a fourth-grade teacher in Brooklyn and later worked as a program director, supporting new teachers in three of New York City's boroughs. Lindsay has also served as the director of training and support for the "I Have a Dream" Foundation. She sits on the board of directors for two nonprofits, including the Wayfinder Foundation, a nonprofit that funds women activists in regions across the country.


In addition to her work at Threshold Philanthropy, Lindsay is also a public speaker and a diversity, equity, and inclusion coach and educator for individuals and organizations. She holds a bachelor's degree in sociology and public policy from Pomona College and a master's degree in teaching from Pace University. Lindsay lives in Washington with her partner Matt and four children. They love camping, playing sports, playing music, traveling (pre-COVID!), crafting, and supporting activists and movements in Washington and across the country.

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