Lindsey is an attorney, formerly of the firm Latham & Watkins LLP in Los Angeles, CA, where she practiced for 8 years in the public finance department and helped lead multiple complex municipal bond transactions in the nonprofit world, including large capital projects for the University of Southern California, the University of California public university system, the California Institute of Technology and City of Hope.  Levine attended the University of Pennsylvania for her undergraduate degree and the University of Pennsylvania Law School for her graduate degree.  

Levine left the legal world in 2012 to raise her two children, whom she shares with her husband, Jay Levine, Executive Vice President of the Digital Networks Group at Warner Bros.

Today she spends her time taking care of her family as well as supporting various causes that are near and dear to her heart, including Teach for America, the West Los Angeles chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, the Los Angeles Food Bank, Bet Tzedek Legal Services, the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, Baby2Baby, and most recently the Wayfarer Foundation. Being passionate about spreading awareness and trying to find solutions to address the plight of the homeless in Los Angeles, she hopes to contribute to the very important mission of Wayfarer.