Deborah Lindsay

DEBORAH LINDSAY - a skilled Sustainable Business Coach, Speaker, Educator, and a Future-thinking Change Fomenter - has made it her business to bring a deep knowledge of tech, startups, small business development, and circular economy tools and skills to the corporate realm.

She holds an MBA in Sustainability Management from Presidio Graduate School and more than a decade of experience in tech startup operations in Silicon Valley. She also holds a Certificate in Social Enterprise Management and Impact Investing (Frontier Market Scouts Fellowship) from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, a Human Resources Management Certificate from University of California Santa Cruz, a Sustainable Capitalism & ESG certificate from Berkeley Law Executive Education, she completed the Women's Corporate Board Readiness program at Santa Clara University, and became a Regenerative leader through the Regenerative Design Institute. 


To build long-term financial success for women-owned growing businesses using sustainable economic principles.

A thriving bottom line is positively linked to your sustainable business practices. I take it upon myself to coach women to develop the best companies using all the time-tested tools for success now and into the future. 

I'm currently involved as a Director of Operations and Sustainability at SellHound, and a founding senior team member of a start-up in line to be the next Silicon Valley unicorn. With my experience in app design and development, HR, AR, consumer and affiliate sales, customer service, data management, investor relations, and culture creation, you are in excellent hands.


Deborah's words:

It’s essential to begin with an overall analysis of your company, this includes reviewing your financials, mapping supply chains and partnerships, and assessing your long term goals. The ability to future-proof your business depends on how well we can mitigate the risks associated with your company's operations.

I draw from several schools of thought to do this, both traditional business practices to holistic counseling to sustainability / circular economy methods.

Women-owned businesses work best when we acknowledge that we are all connected, and collaborate on the most critical societal and environmental issues while building our companies. We thrive better, together.