Lindsay Laird named Vice President of Programs
OKLAHOMA CITY – Lindsay Laird has been promoted to vice president of programs at the Arnall Family Foundation where she will oversee the strategy and development of the foundation’s programs and initiatives.
“Lindsay has been integral to advancing the Arnall Family Foundation’s child welfare initiatives and strategy. We are thrilled to be able to further direct her talents towards shaping the work of the foundation,” said Arnall Family Foundation President, Sue Ann Arnall.
The Arnall Family Foundation seeks to make lasting, transformative change through strategic investments and partnerships in Oklahoma. The foundation’s plan focuses on improving the child welfare system, progressing criminal justice reform and funding life-saving solutions in animal welfare in the state of Oklahoma.
Prior to joining the foundation, Laird served as vice president of Saxum, an integrated marketing communications agency based in Oklahoma City. She has a master’s degree from West Virginia University and a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Central Oklahoma. In 2014, Lindsay was listed in the OKCBiz Achievers Under 40 and is a graduate of Linking Oklahoma City’s Young Adult Leaders (LOYAL) Class IV. She serves on the board of directors for ReMerge, a comprehensive female diversion program as well as the Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness Foundation. In 2018, Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat appointed Laird to the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth.
Established in 2015, the Arnall Family Foundation was founded by Sue Ann Arnall with the vision to create lasting, transformative improvements to the systems and programs that serve individuals and families involved in criminal justice and child welfare through results-driven investments.