Lindsey Cox is the project manager for the Partnership for Change, working to support the remodeling of public education in the Burlington and Winooski School districts in Vermont. At the Partnership, Lindsey works with educators, students, parents, and community leaders to implement a student-centered learning system that enables all learners to develop the skills, knowledge, and relationships necessary to become confident learners who are successful in college and careers and are engaged in their communities.
She began her professional teaching career at Bellow’s Free Academy – St. Albans, VT where she taught English and led students on educational excursions to Nicaragua. Lindsey also worked with The Governor’s Institute of Vermont in the Asian Studies program and led a group of local high school students on a trip to China.
She holds her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education from The University of Vermont and received her master’s in International Education from The SIT Graduate Institute. Learn more about her work with the Partnership at www.partnershipvt.org.
Before joining the Partnership, Lindsey managed Yogani Studios, a yoga and wellness studio in Tampa, Florida. When not working to support educational change in Vermont you can find her biking, skiing, practicing yoga or brewing kombucha.