Lindsay Kincaid, educator and social entrepreneur.

Chief Program Officer

Lindsay Kincaid

Lindsay Kincaid leads Team4Tech’s global program team and growing Community of Practice, driving our strategy for impactful engagements and outcomes with NGO partners. With over 20 years of experience in education, Lindsay has fueled significant innovations in high school classrooms, higher education, adult learning, and nonprofit organizations. She has profound experience teaching, leading, and co-constructing with individuals, coalitions, and networks.

Before joining Team4Tech, Lindsay developed scalable teacher training programs at CK-12 Foundation, increasing access to high-quality STEM educational resources. She spent ten years as a classroom teacher in a public high school in Kansas, where she taught English, video production, International Baccalaureate film studies, and spoken word poetry. As an educator, Lindsay emphasized film as activism—building international and intercultural curricula to cultivate student appreciation for global perspectives.

As an adjunct faculty member of the Johns Hopkins Graduate School of Education, Lindsay supported master-level educators in transformative teaching practices centered on access, advocacy, culturally responsive teaching, and dramatic academic growth. As a current MIT Solve & Jacobs Foundation LEAP Social Entrepreneur Fellow and a Fulbright Specialist, she collaborates with global researchers and institutions on evidence-based education initiatives.

Lindsay holds a B.S. in Middle/Secondary Language Arts Education and an M.S.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Kansas. Outside of work, she enjoys photography, film festivals, road trips, and outdoor adventures.

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