After graduation, Lindsay juggled scholarship offers to study law at Georgetown, Duke, Berkeley, NYU and University of Pennsylvania. She is now a law student at the University of Pennsylvania.
Before she began her study of law, Lindsay volunteered for two years at Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service (www.paceebene.org), a non-profit organization in southern California devoted to "spirituality and practice of active nonviolence as a way of living."
While there, she helped organize trainings and promote the organization's nonviolence curriculum entitled "Engage: Exploring Nonviolent Living." (Designed for groups "to learn, practice and experiment with nonviolence," Engage is used at EMU in the strategic nonviolence classes.)
Lindsay became a Pace e Bene certified trainer while volunteering and hopes to facilitate sessions based on the Engage curriculum over the next several years. In 2006 she began leading nonviolence workshops at nationwide conferences.