ParalegalLindsay Wynn is a Paralegal in the firm's Pittsburgh office.
Lindsay is a 2020 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a double major in Criminology and Political Science. While in college, she participated in several local political campaigns and was active in leadership roles of campus organizations.
Prior to joining Chaffin Luhana, Lindsay worked in the Indiana County District Attorney’s Office and as an intern with the Pittsburgh Police. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading and writing, and cheering on the Penguins and Steelers.
2022: Lindsay’s Chaffin Luhana Foundation charity donation was to Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh this year. Lindsay’s family has 2 rescued pets of their own, and she chose to support this charity on behalf of all the neglected pets and endangered wildlife the organization serves each year.
2021: Lindsay nominated Light of Life. This organization does crucial, honorable work every day to help those less fortunate with basics like food and shelter. Donations there help thousands of people every year find a warm meal and comfortable place to stay as well as funding their brand new shelter.
2020: Lindsay nominated The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. “I selected this charity in memory of my aunt, Carolyn Lindsay, who passed away in 2020,” says Lindsay, adding, “She lived a long life and we all admired her resiliency in the face of many health obstacles, not the least of which was a battle with Parkinson’s Disease.”