Elizabeth Lindau in cream jacket and yellow-patterned scarf
700 Exchange Street
(802) 443-2565

Elizabeth joined Middlebury in the summer of 2021. After an eclectic career path that included working as a carpenter in Antarctica, managing marketing for a green architecture firm, and helping to restore the only surviving prototype of Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion House, she found her calling in higher education as a major- and planned gifts officer. At Middlebury she works with alumni and families in Asia, Texas, Michigan, and Kansas City.

Elizabeth received her BA from Kalamazoo College, where she majored in chemistry and art/art history, studied abroad in Cambridge, completed an internship at the Brooklyn Museum, played violin in the college orchestra, and played change ringing bells in the chapel tower. She resides in Michigan with her husband Jeff and senior rescue poodle, Frankie. When not at work, Elizabeth can be found tackling various home repair projects and studying Japanese.