She has developed deep relationships with clients across a range of industries, supporting them on complex issues including cyber security, M&A, activism, corporate transformation, and crisis management.
Lyndsey has over a decade of experience advising companies on high stakes business and communication challenges.
Lyndsey works closely with the highest levels of leadership, Boards, communication and IR teams, as well as external advisors, on matters where reputational vulnerabilities may impact media, customer, investor, employee, and public perception. Lyndsey assists clients with a range of complex issues including: crisis and issues management; M&A, IPOs, and spinoffs; shareholder activism; litigation; employee issues; and corporate transformation.
Lyndsey has significant experience in the area of cyber security, working closely with clients to identify, evaluate and manage reputational risks associated with privacy and data security. Her work includes proactive cyber incident readiness and planning; real time support and strategy following disclosure of an incident; and recovery and reputational rebuilding. She has experience managing communications in connection with a wide range of attacks, including those involving state-sponsored actors and highly sensitive information, including PII and PHI.
In addition to her work on special situations, Lyndsey provides ongoing support to clients, offering strategic counsel around important company milestones, financial announcements, executive thought leadership, and media relations.
Prior to Kekst CNC, Lyndsey worked for Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, assisting on complex litigation matters involving government regulatory investigations. She has been a guest lecturer at Brown University and NYU’s Stern School of Business, and is involved with the Center for Discovery, a non-profit organization servicing children and adults with severe disabilities, medical frailties and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Lyndsey holds a BA in English, cum laude and with distinction in all subjects, from Cornell University.