A lifelong resident of Erie County, Lindsay understands the values our community holds dear. She was raised in a blue-collar family that taught her the importance of hard work, service and fiscal responsibility – values that drive her legislative priorities today.
Lindsay earned her degrees and honors from Canisius College, including the prestigious Woodrow Wilson Award for exceptional academic achievement and dedication to public service. Her educational journey continued with an MBA from Canisius, complementing her subsequent career in the healthcare sector, where she specializes in digital marketing and analytics. She is currently the Global Digital Marketing Specialist at DEXIS. Lindsay also proudly serves as the Director of Marketing and Business Developments for WNY Dyslexia Specialists.
Prior to her career in digital marketing Lindsay worked in government for the New York State Assembly and the Erie County Legislature. In both roles she gained knowledge of the ins and outs of government and learned how to serve constituents in a responsible and effective manner. This experience ignited her passion for responsive and accountable representation.
“Effective governance demands common sense, fiscal responsibility, and a commitment to making our community a better place to live. I’m dedicated to reigning in out-of-control spending and advocating for policies that truly serve the needs of our community,” said Lorigo.
Lindsay’s decision to enter public service stemmed from witnessing firsthand the inefficiencies within Erie County’s government. Now serving as the representative for the 10th Legislative District, encompassing the Towns of Aurora, Colden, Concord, Elma, Holland, Sardinia, Wales, West Seneca, and the Villages of East Aurora and Springville, Lindsay remains dedicated to amplifying the voices of her constituents.
Beyond her legislative duties, Lindsay is a member of the Kids Escaping Drugs’ Substance Free Coalition, formerly known as the Face2Face Coalition. She has been involved in coaching youth soccer and is a parishioner at Nativity of Our Lord. Lindsay resides in West Seneca with her husband and son.