Lindsey Fawley

Sr. Manager, Learner Support

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Pronouns: she/her Lindsey earned her M.S.W degree from Ohio University and her M.Ed. from Loyola University Maryland. The basis of her practice comes from her extensive client-focused experience providing training, instructional design, and effective social work services. After undergraduate studies at Oglethorpe University, Lindsey served in Peace Corps in Kazakhstan as a Non-Profit Development Specialist. Most recently, Lindsey worked for the State of Georgia as an Instructional Designer with the Training and Professional Development Unit. She previously worked for the Department of the Army and the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. In her free time, she mentors military spouses through employment support programs and volunteers her time leading military support organizations in her community. Her passion is the military community and partnerships that help close the civilian-military divide by connecting service members and their families to local and national communities.


Unlocking Potential
Changing the Face of Tech


Per Scholas is proud to announce that we are winners of the 2023 Kristof Holiday Impact Prize, and we have been selected as a beneficiary of The New York Times Communities Fund. Contributions from these campaigns will fuel Per Scholas’ Career Access Fund, providing thousands of diverse learners in 2024 with everything they need to unlock their potential through tuition-free tech training.

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