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


Innovation and Employee Wellbeing Ground Stanley Black & Decker’s COVID-19 Efforts

Stanley Black & Decker is thinking outside the box and ensuring the latest innovations are being used to fight COVID-19.

Philanthropic Partnerships Power Solutions for Underserved Communities

By teaming up, businesses and nonprofits are stepping up to help communities’ most vulnerable residents.

Uber and Lyft Go Beyond Rides to Help Communities Through the Pandemic

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, gig economy companies have become an essential part of many Americans’ daily lives – and an economic lifeline for many others. Although Uber and Lyft have seen ridership drop during COVID-19, that hasn’t stopped the companies from stepping up during the pandemic.  

InclusivCare Brings Education, Testing to a COVID-19 Hot Spot in New Orleans

The need for testing was overwhelming, but InclusivCare was ready to step up to the daunting task.

Dow Taps the Power of Partnerships to Fight COVID-19 Across the Globe

In January, Jeff Martin, a corporate communications advisor at Dow, was asked by the company’s pandemic team to draft a proposed travel advisory due to a virus that was emerging in Wuhan, China. 

“That's where it all started,” Martin said. “And I’m that person that when crises come, I get involved.” 

Boeing Cargo Planes Deliver to Battle COVID-19

On April 26, the Boeing Dreamlifter, a converted Boeing 747-400 Large Cargo Freighter, flew from Hong Kong to Greenville, South Carolina, with 1.5 million medical-grade masks destined for health care professionals at Prisma Health, the largest health care system in South Carolina. 

What’s Needed from Congress Now to Save Small Business

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on America’s small businesses. The U.S. Chamber has been fighting for legislation to support small businesses for months, but more must be done to ensure they can weather the pandemic and continue to reopen and rebuild.