Lindsay Mollineaux

Lindsay

Lindsay Mollineaux

Commissioner

Email: lmollineaux@co.blaine.id.us

Phone: 208-788-5500

 

Biography

After the passing of Commissioner Dick Fosbury, Lindsay Mollineaux was appointed by Governor Brad Little to serve as the District I Commissioner in April 2023. 

Prior to her appointment, Ms. Mollineaux was the executive director of the Environmental Resource Center (ERC), a local nonprofit working to provide resources for cultivating a healthy environment in Blaine County. Before joining the ERC in the fall of 2019, Lindsay served as the Deputy Chief Analytics Officer for the City of New York and the Deputy Director of the Mayor's Office of Data Analytics. While in that position, she oversaw a portfolio of operations-driven analytics pilot projects and the implementation of the city's open data strategy, Open Data for All. Previously, Ms. Mollineaux was an Assistant Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and a research assistant at the International Monetary Fund.  Lindsay has also been a farming assistant for Kraay’s Market and Garden and a policy analyst for City of Ketchum. She is the co-author of papers published in the Annual Review of Financial Economics and the FRBNY Economic Policy Review.  

Lindsay grew up in the beautiful Wood River Valley with her brother Bob, her parents Dave and Barb, and many wonderful aunts and uncles and cousins. She first learned how to tap dance with Footlight Dance and how to set up a tent overnight in the Sawtooths. She holds a B.A. in Economics with honors from Brown University.

The fastest way to contact her is through email (lmollineaux@co.blaine.id.us) or cell phone (208-450-1443).