Lindsay Levin spent the first fifteen years of her career building entrepreneurial companies. In 2001, she founded Leaders’ Quest as her “last startup.” She has since worked to connect leaders from all disciplines to explore solutions to today’s biggest issues.
She currently spends much of her time advising corporate CEOs and their teams, helping them define purpose and values and implement transformational change. Levin is passionate about bridging divides between cultures, perspectives and opposing voices. She also works extensively with leaders from non-profits and NGOs.
In 2004, she founded the Leaders’ Quest Foundation to build leadership in grassroots communities.
Levin serves on the board of Hartford Care, a UK-based nursing home group; and of Unitus Capital, an India-based investment firm raising capital for entrepreneurial businesses benefiting those at the bottom of the economic pyramid.
Between 2008 and 2012 she was chair of the International Steering Committee of OneVoice, working to amplify the voices of Israelis and Palestinians committed to peaceful coexistence.
Levin lives in New York with her husband and youngest son; their older sons are at university in the UK.
Her first book, Invisible Giants: Changing the World One Step at a Time, was published by Vala in 2013.