it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.”  

Ibn Battuta

Dr. Lindsey is the first Polynesian Explorer and female Fellow in the history of the National Geographic Society.

Elizabeth is an advocate for social, environmental, and cultural justice and a passionate conservationist of cultural intelligence and indigenous wisdom.

Mentored by one of the world’s most renowned navigators, Dr. Lindsey earned a Ph.D. in this field of study, often referred to as Wayfinding.
She soon recognized the robust application of wayfinding principles to complex business decision-making. Elizabeth effectively advises global organizations. Her clients include Google, YPO, BCG subsidiary Bright House, and the United Nations.

“Elizabeth’s insights into the timeless lessons of wayfinding provided critical unlocks to our team and will no doubt do the same for the broader audience.”

Ashley Grice,
CEO BrightHouse,
BCG Subsidiary
Elizabeth Kapu’uwailani Lindsey expanded her early commitment to her people’s culture in Hawaii to the world. We are all better for it.
Capt. Don Walsh,
National Geographic, Ocean Elder
Dr. Lindsey generously shares her knowledge, experience, which inspires others to excel. To say she is the best is an understatement.
Sally Yeh,
President Sun Star Idea Exchange, Inc.
A unique and powerful human being very much needed in this world. I hope everyone gets the chance to experience her work.
Fabian Di Felice,
Founder of FDF Ventures

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