Ever wonder about who is behind the scenes executing MatchMakers, planning for events, or assisting you with WBENCLink2.0? Learn more about the WBENC Staff in this column.
Get to know Lindsey All
Q: What did you do before you started at WBENC?
A: Before I came to WBENC I was an Operations and Business Development Manager at a global performance improvement company specializing in workforce development. The past five years of my career were spent focusing on the Energy, Oil and Gas industry.
Q: What keeps you busy at WBENC/What are the main projects you work on?
A: Since I joined the WBENC team in February 2017 I have jumped into supporting our WBEs and Corporate Members by leading the WBENC Energy Executive Program, as well as working with the Marketing Team on our Insights portal, the Act Intentionally Program and supporting the Integrated Energy Industry Advisory Board initiatives. I am excited to learn more about each of the WBEs, RPOs and Corporate Members as I continue in this role!
Q: What is your favorite part of working at WBENC?
A: I absolutely love and am inspired by working with all of the amazing women and people of various backgrounds, ages, ethnicities, and experiences in the WBENC network. Between our WBEs, the Hes4Shes and all of those who support this effort, it is a true blessing and motivation to be a part of such a movement that involves both the level of extreme talent and unsurpassed cooperation and collaboration among our four constituent groups.
Q: What do you do for fun outside of work?
A: Outside of WBENC I love to spend time with my husband Jerry and our 3 year old daughter. I wait for football season all year long and I bleed purple and gold (Geaux Tigers!), however I also enjoy Saints football, fantasy football and all LSU sports. Serving the community with my church, spending time with friends and spending time on or near water finish off my top things to do outside of WBENC.
Q: What are you passionate about?
A: I am very passionate about people. I have always been called a “people-person” but didn’t quite realize what that meant for me until recently. For me it means that I care about helping others and believe to be a true leader you need to care about those you are leading. In the materialistic world, it is easy sometimes to only look at certain KPIs, however I believe that people are the key to almost everything and how we treat individuals and groups whether through kindness, equality, inclusiveness, etc. can and will impact environment around us and the world.