Lindsey Martin

Emerging Leaders Council

Lindsey is Director of the TSET Healthy Living Program for Rogers County at Volunteers for Youth. Lindsey is a member of The Steamboat Institute’s Emerging Leaders Council’s Executive Committee, the American Enterprise Institute’s Leadership Network, and serves on the Advisory Board of The Salvation Army Tulsa and the Healthy Community Partnership of Rogers County. Lindsey is from Claremore, Oklahoma. Previously she worked at Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma for six years, working in Operations, Membership, Volunteer Services, and Strategy/Marketing for the organization. Lindsey has been a statewide campaign finance director/scheduler and interned at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. She has been chairman of the Rogers County Republican Party, and started the Rogers County Young Republicans Party chapter. Lindsey was named a 2020 recipient of the NextGen Under 30 Award for Oklahoma and a 2019 recipient of 40 Under Forty for Rogers County. She completed the J. Rufus Fears Fellowship with the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, the NexTulsa program with the Tulsa Area United Way, Class 61 Graduate of Leadership Tulsa, and the Summer Policy Institute with the Oklahoma Policy Institute.

Lindsey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Public Administration from Rogers State University, graduating Magna Cum Laude. While in college, Lindsey was a member of the Honors Program, named a recipient of the College Women’s National Leadership Award, served in leadership roles with the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature, the Student Government Association, and represented the university at The Washington Center’s Presidential Inauguration Seminar in the nation’s capital.