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<h3 class="font_3">LINDSAY BILLINGSLEY</h3>



Lindsay Billingsley’s professional recognition includes D CEO Magazine’s “Top 30 Under 30” and Dallas Business Journal’s “Heavy Hitter” award. She is a graduate of both the Dallas Regional Chamber’s Leadership Dallas and The Real Estate Council’s Associate Leadership Council. Lindsay currently serves on various boards, including the Dallas Housing Authority, Dallas 24 Hour Club, Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas’ Community Board, Teach For America, United to Learn and the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth. She previously served on the boards of KIPP Texas, Nexus Recovery Center, The da Vinci School and The Real Estate Council Foundation. She is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, where she received her BBA and MBA from the Cox School of Business.

Through her charitable and civic involvement, Lindsay has become a leader in successful fundraising strategies and big-picture thinking for individuals and groups alike. Her expert skills in this realm include elevating brands, identifying and engaging donors, securing funding and expanding the organizations’ networks. She has a passion for philanthropic and political causes and has developed her expertise through her noteworthy career in the Dallas real estate industry and from chairing multiple record-breaking charitable events.

As a recovering alcoholic, she knows how hard it is to break the cycle of addiction. “I believe it is my calling to help others recover from alcoholism and become contributing members of society. For many, the 24 Hour Club is a crucial stop on the path to becoming happy, joyous and free. I gladly support the work of the 24 and consider them to be best in class.” Lindsay and her husband, George, have two children, Davis and Gracie.

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