Lindsay Singleton is a communications strategist with over a decade of international government and private sector experience. At ROKK Solutions, she leads the Social Impact Communications practice, driving wins for household-name brands, non-profits and trade associations. Prior to joining ROKK Solutions, Singleton consulted for Fortune 200 companies on their CSR efforts, spearheading human rights and sustainability partnerships between multinational corporations and NGOs. She is a board member of the Civic Responsibility Project, helping companies drive their voter engagement programs across the country.
From 2010-2016, Singleton was a top U.S. diplomat representing American foreign policy in Latin America. During that time, she executed communications strategies for rule of law issues such as legislative advocacy, anti-corruption and anti-gang efforts, generating significant press coverage of U.S. foreign assistance programming in the Western Hemisphere. In Mexico City, she oversaw all public affairs and community outreach efforts related to Mexico’s historic justice reform and anti-human trafficking efforts.
Also during that time, Singleton represented the United States as a Foreign Service Officer in Caracas, Venezuela. Through building relationships with foreign leaders, Ms. Singleton helped shape and implement U.S. policy on a broad range of issues, including the rule of law, North Korea, and the Arab Spring. Her work also included managing the crisis response to the WikiLeaks scandal on behalf of the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela. Prior to this role, Ms. Singleton advised senior officials on international energy policy issues at the Department of Energy.
Singleton holds a B.A. and M.A. in International Affairs from George Washington University. She is fluent in Spanish and Italian and proficient in Russian.