Just to be clear, Lindsay is not "nomadderwhere." It's a philosophy.

At Paro Taktsang or Tiger's Nest monastery in Paro, Bhutan. Photo: Hannah Cho © THINK Global School, 2013

"I have a real passion of sharing my passion for the world to the world."

Born in Wabash, Lindsay is a native to Indiana but has spent most of her adult life being semi-nomadic and traveling the world. She graduated with honors from Indiana University'€™s Henry Radford Hope College of the Arts with a B.A. in both Studio Art and Art History. She is currently pursuing her M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont and writing a book about Nakavika.

In 2007, Lindsay sailed around the world alongside Archbishop Desmond Tutu and 700+ university students with Semester at Sea, after which she spent her life savings to explore 24 countries on three continents for seven months. In 2009, she won the World Traveler Internship from STA Travel, beating over 700+ applicants to document 2.5 months of extensive travel for a marketing campaign, for which she produced 29 short travel videos, 2500+ photographs, and over 56 articles.

Lindsay self-started The Nakavika Project, a humanitarian project with a friend in the highlands of Fiji, creating 26 short videos to publicize the experience. Following this project, she was the producer, editor, shooter, and photographer for the award-winning ProjectExplorer, producing more than 100 short films for students and young adults that promoted global citizenship.

For seven years, Lindsay worked at THINK Global School, the world's first nomadic high school, in various capacities: first and foremost as the Media Specialist, later as a Curriculum Developer, and finally as an Educator of multidisciplinary project-based learning. She is wrapping up her global travels and planning a move to Denver, Colorado, where she plans to write professionally and continue to speak about herself in third person.