Lindsey Johnson

15th February 2021 - Susie Newton

Lindsey is principal of a general further education college in North Yorkshire. A native of Leeds, Lindsey has worked across a wide spectrum of education provision, with people of all ages and needs in a variety settings. Fundamentally, Lindsey is driven by the transformative nature of learning, and the massive benefits that it yields for the individual, businesses and the community.

Lindsey’s passions outside of work include chasing an egg-shaped  ball around a rugby pitch, and singing tenor in the Manchester gay choir. One of these interests has seen Lindsey support some famous names, including Lulu and Alexandra Burke, but that’s a conversation for another time…

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