Lindsay E. Mack

Business & Lifestyle Writer

A dynamic writer with over ten years of experience in professional communication, Lindsay enjoys taking on challenging assignments. With a BA in English and an MBA, she writes authoritatively on a variety of topics, from technical documentation to human interest stories.

She currently produces a dozen lifestyle blog posts every week for, covering health and wellness topics, book recommendations, and compulsively readable takes on popular culture. In addition, she profiles startups and charitable organizations for St. Charles Avenue Magazine. In previous roles, she has covered financial and investing pieces for a variety of clients. She has also worked as a professional resume reviewer and copy editor. Her skills as a researcher, editor, and writer have served her well in all prior jobs.

Lindsay takes pride in producing excellent copy for her clients. She has a thorough understanding of the CMS, MLA, and AP style guides, and she is always happy to work with a client's individual editorial needs. Furthermore, she is very familiar with WordPress and Typeset. Lastly, she is dedicated to mastering the art of SEO to make sure her clients get maximum visibility.



Buzz Nola Trike Tours

Brandon Trones and his girlfriend Erin, a celebrity home designer, just moved from Los Angeles to New Orleans to launch their startup trike business. While working in production...


Ameca Reali and Adrienne K. Wheeler

While students at Loyola College of Law in New Orleans, Ameca Reali and Adrienne K. Wheeler got into a discussion (or, more correctly an argument) about the New Orleans justice...


Profile: Johanna Gilligan

The Grow Dat Youth Farm, founded by Johanna Gilligan, is a food education program that creates job opportunities for local high school students in the field of urban...


Kendra Morris

Can a beautiful piece of jewelry sold in New Orleans help women around the world? Kendra Jones Morris thinks so. Her company, Rural Revolution, empowers female entrepreneurs by...


Young Bloods: RUBARB

Chris Riggleman and Darren Knox Photographed by Cheryl Gerber New Orleanians and bicycles go together like grits and grillades - they're a perfect pair. After all, bicycles...


Young Activist: Richard A. Pomes

Richard A. Pomes and James A. Braendel founded marketing agency RapJab (a mash-up of the founders' initials) on September 4, 2012. They chose this name because of the personal...



Student advocate and all-around dynamo Andre Feigler, who was featured in a previous Young Bloods column for her work with YRNola, has launched a new startup designed to reach...


Young Bloods: VertiFarms

Fresh produce has a welcome place in New Orleans' culinary repertoire. After all, nothing beats the bite of a fresh bell pepper or the crunch of a Creole tomato. But growing...



Jennifer Medbery's journey to the New Orleans educational community took an unusual route. A technology buff, she earned a computer science degree to help solve meaningful...



RECreate provides quality educational recreation activities for children in the Harmony Oaks neighborhood of Central City. Very active prior to Hurricane Katrina, the program...


André Feigler and Alex Lebow

Using running as a medium, Youth Run NOLA empowers underserved youth in Jefferson, Orleans and St. Bernard parishes. After training for several months, most students run the...


Young Activist: Danielle E. Boveland

Danielle E. Boveland first became aware of the Young Leadership Council (YLC) through their "Wednesdays at the Square" summer concert series. She decided to attend a "Jumpstart"...


Dana Reed

Dana Reed, the director of Hope Stone Kids New Orleans, draws from her background as a professional dancer to inspire creativity in area students. Founded in 2002, the Hope...


Betsy Charron and the New Orleans Street Exchange

Would you like to read about New Orleans from a totally new perspective, help give homeless persons a "hand-up" as micropreneurs and promote literacy and social awareness in the...


Anne Rolfes

Can one organization educate New Orleans citizens about environmental health - in a positive, helpful way? Anne Rolfes, founder of the LA Bucket Brigade, thinks so. She is...

Additional Freelance Work


Strange Birds

An old woman tends her garden, a young lady gets married, a father takes his daughter fishing, and a businessman goes on vacation. But bizarre, life-altering dangers lie behind...


LPO's Singing Season Finale Features Beethoven's 9th | NOLA DEFENDER

THE February 10th Robyn Hitchcock w/ Emma Swift One Eyed Jacks, 9p.m. English singer-songwriter performs his whimsical ballads on Toulouse Songwriter Showdown Hi Ho Lounge,...


Medals for Pedals | NOLA DEFENDER

With bicycle lanes and cycling groups in abundance, New Orleans is on the fast track to becoming one of the most bike-friendly cities in America. But one component of the...


Formosan Subterranean Termite Blues | NOLA DEFENDER

New Orleans has three seasons: crawfish, football, and termite. That last one is not a favorite, as anyone who has been caught in a spastic termite swarm can attest. NoDef spoke...