Lindsay Bothe Culverhouse is a Child Welfare Consultant and a licensed Social Worker. With over fifteen years of experience in the social services field, she brings a broad knowledge base to her work along with a passion for social justice and system transformation. She specializes in program design and implementation and in helping organizations make data-driven decisions. Recent consulting projects include developing prevention programs, leadership coaching, federal CFSR reviews, expert witness services in child welfare cases, and reviewing research to ensure adequate protection of vulnerable populations. Prior to working on her own, Lindsay was the Centralized Intake Manager at the Office of Children’s Services. Lindsay has a Master in Social Work degree from the University of Alaska Anchorage, with a specialization in Social Work Management. After living in Alaska for over a decade, Lindsay moved back to her home state of Minnesota, where she currently resides with her husband, three daughters, dog, and cat. She travels back to Alaska regularly for work and for the Alaskan wilderness.