Lindsay Ellenbogen joined Washington Hebrew Congregation in 2014. She and her husband Henry are active in the Edlavitch-Tyser Early Childhood Center, where their son, Elijah, attended and is currently enrolled in WHC Religious School. Their younger son, Judah, loves Tot Shabbat.

Lindsay is a communications professional with experience serving public figures in government, private companies and nonprofit organizations. Most recently, Lindsay worked as a public relations manager for then-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Lindsay’s decade-long tenure on Capitol Hill included senior policy and communication positions. Lindsay serves on the faculty and on an advisory board of The George Washington University. An advocate for children, she founded the Sara Start Fund for Foster Youth and advocates for Jewish children in the foster care system. A Maryland gubernatorial appointee, Lindsay served on the Governor’s Advisory Council to the Children’s Cabinet. In 2016, Lindsay was elected to serve as Vice-Chair of The Phillips Collection Art Museum in Washington, D.C.