A former operations director for the Washington Senate Democratic Campaign Committee, for the last 14 years Beth Lindsay was a principal at Northwest Passage Consulting, the region’s leading political consulting firm. She continues to consult to them as well as a variety of other non-profits, unions and political candidates.

Beth has consulted on dozens of political campaigns– from U.S. Senate to state legislative and judge — and offers expertise in all aspects of campaign planning, targeting, and strategic oversight. From managing the design and production of thousands of pieces of direct mail to writing, producing and buying TV, radio and print, Beth is known for strict attention to deadlines and details — while keeping the creative team on task making eye-catching and innovative designs.

Beyond her work in electoral politics, Beth has designed winning public relations and advocacy campaigns. She led the paid media effort to support the successful Portland Paid Sick Leave policy, helped drive turnout of thousands of anti-coal activists to rallies, implemented the public relations plan to raise Washington’s tobacco tax to one of the highest in the nation, and assisted unions in communicating with their members and engaging them in the political process.

Originally from Wisconsin, Beth came to the Northwest to work in water quality science and later graduated from the Evergreen State College. Before becoming a mom, Beth was an avid fly fisher, beekeeper and crafter. Now she dabbles in finger painting and puppet shows.