Lindsay Cates

Lindsay Cates
Manager, Communications and Strategy

Lindsay joined the communications and strategy team in 2020 having previously worked as a writer and editor at U.S. News and World Report. She’s a native of the Philadelphia suburbs and graduated from Washington and Lee University with a degree in Journalism in 2016.

Latest Content


Businesses Struggle to Find and Keep Workers Amid Record-High Job Openings

Manufacturing and healthcare businesses find solutions in Chamber’s innovative talent pipeline programs.

Business Leaders Put Equality of Opportunity Solutions Into Action

Business leaders, government leaders, small business owners, economists, and experts came together this week for the U.S. Chamber’s Second Annual Equality of Opportunity Summit to discuss challenges, share successes, and chart paths forward to ensure equality of opportunity for all.

Rocket Companies Tackles Housing Insecurity in Detroit with $500 Million Investment

Property tax foreclosure has been the biggest contributor to housing instability and blight in the city over the last 15 years.

Business and Government Leaders Call For Urgent Action on Workforce Crisis

Watch: America’s Workforce Challenge | A Data Breakdown

America is on the verge of what could be a great economic resurgence, but job creators are currently held back by a serious worker shortage.

AAPI Founder and CEO: An Appreciation for Culture Will Lead to Inclusion

Charlotte Lee, Founder and CEO of Monday Design Company, shares thoughts on the challenges facing those in the AAPI community in business.

Carbon Negative, Water Positive, Zero Waste: Inside Microsoft’s New 10-Year Plan

Microsoft is minimizing the impact of its operations, while maximizing positive impacts from its own climate-focused tech tools.

South LA Café Owners Committed to Vaccine Equity and Healthy Food Access

South LA Café had just opened in 2019, and revenue was growing every month, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020 and sales dropped by 50%.  

Anheuser-Busch Commits to Leading Economic Recovery with New Investments

A recent $1 billion investment is aimed at stimulating the economy, sustainable innovations, and supporting job creation.