Lindsey Emmons

Associate II

A do-it-all type person, Lindsey is a go-getter, self-starter, and a woman on a mission to make a difference in her community. Prior to joining the CIG team, Lindsey was employed at the Regional Transportation District (RTD). For more than 10 years, she wore multiple hats, many at the same time. Working on Public Information for the W Line, and all commuter rail lines during construction, she was simultaneously responsible for the RTD Art-n-Transit program. Her time wrapped up at RTD working in the Street Operations department. As if she didn’t already have a full schedule and working full-time at RTD, she ran for City Council, and in November 2019 earned a seat to represent constituents in Westminster. 

Prior to her career in transportation, Lindsey worked as a copy editor and page designer for Mile High Newspapers, interned for United Way of Larimer County,  and worked for Jefferson County Open Space.

In her free time, Lindsey is an active Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer for Broomfield and Adams counties. Lindsey is active in her church, and likes to participate in races such as the Rugged Maniac, the Urban Assault Bike Race and the Colfax Marathon Relay. She’s participated in multi-state events, running three half marathons, and completed her first full marathon in San Antonio, Texas.

Her work with CIG currently includes the public outreach for the reconstruction of the 16th Street Mall for the City and County of Denver.

  • Bachelor of Arts in Technical Journalism, Public Relations; Minor in Business Administration – Colorado State University
  • Master of Science in Public Communication and Online Technology; Graduate Certificate in Technical Teaching – Colorado State University
  • Leadership Program of the Rockies – Class of 2020