As Co-Founder and Senior Strategist at sagecomm, Lindsay Sage has nearly 20 years of experience in strategic planning, marketing-communications and community engagement across a range of sectors including public and nonprofit, higher education, technology, education and economic development.
Lindsay’s decade of leadership at sagecomm is informed by past experience as Director of Marketing and Development for the London Public Library; Director, Programs and Services for TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario; and as a member of the management team for the Shared Hierarchical Academic Research Computing Network (SHARCNET, a province-wide high performance computing network based at Western University). Additionally, Lindsay has held progressive marketing and communications roles in private industry and marketing consultancies and was a part-time faculty member in Fanshawe College’s Department of Continuing Education, where she taught both communications and technology courses.
Lindsay is proud to invest in the community she calls home. She is currently a Board Member and the Chair of the Ambassador’s Council of Children’s Health Foundation, as well as the Chair of their strategic marketing advisory roundtable. She has held previous roles on the Boards of Huron University College, The Arts Project (now TAP Centre for Creativity), the Fanshawe College Alumni Association and the capital campaign cabinet for St. Joseph's Hospice of London, as well as was a founder of the Emerging Leader London Community Network. In 2013, Lindsay was honoured as one of London's Top 20 Under 40.
The sagecomm team donates both financially, and with time and expertise, to many local and regional charities each year. Most recently, that list has included: London Community Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of London & Area, YMCA of Southwestern Ontario, United Way of Elgin-Middlesex, Community Living London, Museum London, Pillar Nonprofit Network, Atlohsa Family Healing Services, Merrymount Family Support & Crisis Services, and Childcan.