Lindley White has deep experience in corporate communications—including strategy, internal and external communications, employee engagement, change management, and diversity & inclusion initiatives, and strategic events.
Lindley began her career in the White House working in the first Bush Administration and has continued to work with high-ranking executives and firms in the public eye—including McDonald’s and Ariel Investments. In working with the C-suite, Lindley has provided executive coaching, authored numerous speeches, and ghost written many columns for business magazines, including Forbes and Black Enterprise.
She has extensive experience working on large-scale corporate initiatives from the rollout of McDonald’s worldwide “i’m lovin’ it” campaign to global rebranding initiatives and mergers & acquisitions. As a consultant, representative projects include leading communications for a global insurance brokerage firm on its employee engagement survey spanning 33 countries and 24,000 employees—resulting in a 93% employee participation rate. She has served as a communications lead for a global professional services company during its largest integration, managing change management communications as the organization merged customer experience teams and technology platforms across North America. During the Sun-Times Media Group’s bankruptcy proceedings, she served as a spokesperson and handled a range of internal corporate communications.
Her collective experiences working within the political, financial, technology and manufacturing arenas, Fortune 500 brands, entrepreneurial environments, as well as distressed companies afford her unique insights into diverse constituencies and a wide array of communications challenges.