Lindsey Bouzan, CDAE MS Candidate, Gund Graduate Fellow

Lindsey Bouzan (she/her) is completing an M.S. in Community Development and Applied Economics at The University of Vermont. She possesses 5+ years of nonprofit management experience in the US education sector, and a range of international development experience in Massachusetts, Serbia and Uganda. Human-centered, and people-focused, Lindsey uses a multidimensional approach for analyzing conflict through lenses of Critical Theory, cultural meaning-making, and social psychology of what gives communities hope in the face of natural and man-made disasters. As a believer that we are the sum of our experiences, Lindsey remains inspired by the communities who carry with them an unnegotiable hope for a better future. Previously she has served as the Professional Development Chair for NECBAC, an organization dedicated to spearheading PD initiatives for BIPOC institutional members and holds a certificate of completion in Training Active Bystanders (TAB) from Quabbin Mediation Group located in Massachusetts. Lindsey is also 200-Hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) and BetterUp Certified Coach.


  • BA, Stonehill College