Lindsay Love is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters in Social Work from the University of Southern California. Dedicated to social justice issues, she works closely with teens and adults who have experience trauma, and endeavors to create safe spaces for marginalized voices. As a member of the Chandler Unified School District Governing Board, Lindsay has prioritized mental health, equal opportunity, and LGBTQIA+ protection.
Lindsay has experience with narrative therapy approaches that allow survivors to tell their stories in empowering ways, which promote healing by giving a voice to those who have been suffering in silence. She has served as a therapist or clinician with JFCS Arizona, Florence Crittenton, and Terros Health, among others.
Lindsay is a recent graduate of Emerge Arizona. She attended Bogle Jr. High, graduated from Hamilton High School in 2003, and earned her Bachelor’s degree at ASU. Both of her nieces currently attend Chandler schools.