Preston Lindsay is an American organizational psychologist and educator who specializes in multicultural & antiracist organizational development practice, organizational neuroscience, and facilitating radical and disruptive change for transformational outcomes, with more than 10 years of executive leadership in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors. Dr. Lindsay serves as President & Chief Executive Officer of The Lindsay Group Co., an organizational development consulting firm, which he founded in 2014. TLG is mission oriented to provide anti-oppressive and antiracist organization development services for transformational and radical system change. Passionate about social justice and advocating for underserved and historically marginalized communities.
Dr. Lindsay is a Professor of Business at Saint Peter’s University Guarini School of Business and Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the SPU Department of Psychology. He is also an active faculty member at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Masters of Industrial Organizational Psychology program. Dr. Lindsay’s current research centers on the relationship of oppressive organizational systems and its impact on people of oppressed identities. His recent research efforts take a phenomenological approach to understanding how organizational trauma influences the behavior and consciousness of Workers of oppressed identities.
Ever committed to the movement towards liberation for all oppressed people, Dr. Lindsay offers his organizational development and organizational psychology expertise by chairing/advising a few boards of community-based, social justice organizations and through The Lindsay Group, offers pro-bono services to support sustainability initiatives to nonprofit partners serving the interests of Black folx and those of oppressed identities.