Lindsay Masters was recently promoted from writing specialist to coordinator of the Daemen College Learning Center.
In this new role, she oversees academic coaching/tutoring and peer led team learning and assists with academic coordination of the HEOP pre-freshman summer program. She also continues in her additional role as life skills coach supervisor for The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation grant-funded Studio Support Program to assist Daemen students on the autism spectrum.
Masters serves on the Council on Diversity and Inclusion and is a volunteer on the AED Response Team, and also serves on various other campus committees.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in English from SUNY Fredonia and a master’s degree in college student personnel administration from Canisius College.
In her free time, Masters enjoys spending time with her husband, AJ, and daughter, Sidney, having brunch at the Royal Family Restaurant, and binge watching episodes of “Futurama” with her cats, Dante and Persephone.