Lyndsey Hodkinson is the Community of Practice Program Manager in support of the Community Engagement portfolio. Her focus is to provide the operational support to the national community of practice initiative by planning, developing and delivering training and technical assistance.
Prior to joining the Community Engagement team, Lyndsey served as the Administrative Assistant supporting the Programs and Services portfolio with high level administrative support, overseeing the execution and delivery of all AmericaServes subawards, and managing several projects for the Institute and Programs and Serves. Before coming to the IVMF in spring of 2016, Lyndsey worked for the Department of the Army as a Family Readiness Program Manager supporting the 10th Mountain Division (LI) and the 2nd Brigade Combat Team. In this roll she advised various levels of command on family related issues dealing with deployment, reintegration, and high risk behavior. She was responsible for the training of over 100 volunteers and development of Soldiers tasked with supporting their units in a Family Readiness Liaison capacity. Lyndsey currently sits on the board for the Friends of the Commandos, Inc. and Rising Redhawks and in the past has served on the executive board of North Country Prenatal-Perinatal Council, North Country Spouses Club, and Volunteer Support Fund. She was also a member of the Carthage Central School District Board of Education and as such worked closely with the National Association of Federally Impacted Schools, National Association of Military Families, and Military Impacted Schools Association.
Lyndsey holds a BS in Human and Community Services from Empire State College and is currently pursuing her Project Management Professional certification.