Seth Lindsey joined El Pomar Foundation as a member of the 2023 Fellowship Class. As a 1st Year Fellow, Seth serves as a Program Associate for American Council of Young Political leaders, Communications, Investment Challenge, and Regional Partnerships. Additionally, Seth supports the Northeast region.
Originally from Santa Rosa, California, Seth grew up in Lone Tree, Colorado, from the age of two and graduated from the University of Colorado—Colorado Springs in May 2023 with a Bachelor of Arts in Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) and a minor in Leadership Studies. At UCCS, Seth spread his time between performing and designing for the theater; volunteering with the Chancellor’s Leadership Class; working as the School Group Coordinator for the Office of Admissions; and taking on roles in student organizations around campus. Seth served two years on the VAPA Chair’s Council and three years on the Theatreworks Advisory Board, facilitating paths for fellow student artists to display their work and gain experience with professional development in their areas of focus. Seth was honored to have been a part of 18 productions during his time at UCCS and remembers those projects fondly. As a survivor of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Seth’s highest achievement in college was organizing the first Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night walk on-campus at UCCS during the Fall of 2022.
Whenever possible, Seth loosens up with mountain biking through Austin Bluffs Open Space, skateboarding at Memorial Skatepark, listening to true crime podcasts, and taking care of his beloved plants.
Seth’s programs include: American Council of Young Political Leaders, Communications, Investment Challenge, Regional Partnerships, and the Northeast region.