Lindsay Dean-Gillis serves as the Office Coordinator for The Cohen Clinic at Hope for the Warriors. She is originally from northern New Jersey but has lived in many other places, including Southern California, Arizona, and North Carlina. Lindsay received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Liberty University and a Master of Education Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Endicott College. 

She has experience working with a diverse population. Lindsay has volunteer experience helping the homeless and those on the verge of homelessness find jobs, food, and housing. She has experience providing direct behavioral therapy to young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Most recently, she worked for Onslow County Schools Head Start Program as a Family Service Worker and Mental Health Manager, serving as a liaison between preschool families, the school, and community resources. 

Lindsay enjoys outdoor activities including going to the beach, hiking, exploring new places, and riding scooters/bikes with her husband and two boys. As a Navy Veteran spouse, the needs of the military community are very important to Lindsay, and she is happy to be able to help as part of The Cohen Clinic at Hope For the Warriors team.