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Lindsey Fuller

Regional Manager of Student Services


Lindsey Fuller is the Regional Manager of Student Services (RMSS) at Aspire’s 11 Bay Area schools. She coaches 30 school leaders and mental health professionals to plan and progress monitor socio-emotional and behavioral wellness services. As a native of the Oakland/Berkeley community, Lindsey believes that through trauma-informed interventions, strong school climate, and culturally responsive practices, schools and families can work collaboratively to support the whole child’s needs. In addition to leading professional development for Assistant Principals, Deans of Culture, and Mental Health Counselors, she also serves as the certified trainer for Restorative Practices (IIRP) and Crisis Prevention (CPI).

Lindsey holds a degree in Sociology with a double minor in Education and Spanish Cultural Studies, as well as her multiple subject teaching credential and Masters in the Art of Teaching (M.A.T) from Occidental College.  After starting her teaching career in a middle school located in South Central, Los Angeles, she returned home to the Bay Area and taught 1st grade at Berkely Maynard Academy. Lindsey led as the Vice Principal at Aspire College Academy for three years and now serves as the RMSS- this is her 6th year in the Aspire Organization. In her free time, Lindsey enjoys traveling, cooking, eating, and being active with her daughter and husband.