Bill Lindsey

Bill Lindsey spent his childhood in foster care, and understands the importance of education and character development for foster youth. Bill spent 26-years in the Army with tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Bill retired as a Sergeant Major in 2014, and currently teaches and coaches at the high school level. Bill served as a volunteer educational liaison for the Department of Children and Family Services and continually looks for ways to improve educational outcomes for foster youth.

Bill holds a M.Ed. in Organizational Leadership from Northcentral University, and is currently pursuing a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Drury University.

Bill contributes his passion for lifelong learning to the educators throughout his life, and all of the foster youth he teaches each day. We learn together, from each other, and overcome obstacles together.