Rev. Dr. Lindsay Andreolli-Comstock is an ordained Baptist minister who has worked with Convergence and the Center for Progressive Renewal since 2016. Prior to joining the Convergence/CPR team, Lindsay initiated, negotiated and implemented a unique merger between The Beatitudes Society (for whom she was Executive Director) and Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City. She also served four years as an Advocate for Women and Children focusing on human trafficking prevention and child sex tourism prevention in Southeast Asia. She is the former Executive Director of National Farm Worker Ministry and has served congregations in Virginia and Massachusetts.
Andreolli-Comstock worked alongside native leaders in Southeast Asia to conduct anti-trafficking campaigns in rural villages in Indonesia as well as developed and distributed child sex tourism prevention kits in Indonesia, Cambodia and Malaysia.
Andreolli-Comstock is an accomplished nonprofit executive, social justice activist, community organizer and social entrepreneur. She holds a BA from Chowan University, a MDIV from Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, and a DMIN from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Her dissertation, “More Than Charity: Educating and Equipping Lay Leadership for Social Justice Advocacy and Action” can be purchased at the Theological Research Exchange.
Andreolli-Comstock and her spouse reside in Southeast Asia where they co-founded a lifestyle immersion company called Tumbuh and where Lindsay also works as a Master’s certified EFL educator.