Lindsy “Louie” Glick moved to Boise, Idaho, from Albuquerque, New Mexico, via Seward, Alaska, and several other places before that. In addition to moving around the country and world, Lindsy has enjoyed a varied career background, including an English teacher, wildland firefighter, fishing boat deckhand, Emergency Department scribe, interpreter services program coordinator, and finally, she is delighted to be working as a bilingual civil rights investigator for the Idaho Human Rights Commission. Lindsy volunteers with Idaho Mountain Search and Rescue Unit and the Starling Project, and applied for the fellowship in order to learn about different and influential ways to serve her community. She hopes to understand the importance of boards and commissions, learn how to better support marginalized voices, and make meaningful connections with her mentor and fellow program participants. Lindsy loves learning, languages, exploring the mountains, fly fishing, sending snail mail, writing, and delicious food. When the world is not suffering a global pandemic, Lindsy very much enjoys get togethers with friends.
Boards and Commissions Fellowship