Lindsey Green
Lindsey is the Vice President of Corporate Communications at Bustle. She enjoys sports and small furry animals.
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Bustle Digital Group Announces Michael Hart as…

NEW YORK – Bustle Digital Group, the premier digital destination for millennial women, announced today the addition of Michael Hart as Director of Research Engineering. In this new role, Hart will lead engineering efforts to research and implement ne…
By Lindsey Green

Bustle 2016 Year in Review

Welcome to the Bustle 2016 year in review.
By Lindsey Green & Liz Minch

Danell Leyva Is The Male Feminist We All Need

“Weird Questions Welcomed, Encouraged Actually.” That’s the headline on two-time Olympic gymnast Danell Leyva’s personal Tumblr. If that doesn’t strike you as the typical call to action from someone in the public eye, that’s because Leyva is anything…
By Lindsey Green

Raisman Gets A Second Chance At The All-Around

With Simone Biles all but set to walk away with the Olympic all-around gold medal on Thursday night, some sports fans may feel there's not much excitement to be found on the competition floor (you know, if watching the greatest female gymnast alive i…
By Lindsey Green

7 Lessons From Real-Life Olympic Trainers

As with any biennial version of the Games, the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro allow us regular people — with our tight shoulders and sore wrists due to extreme sitting and podium-worthy texting skills — to witness actual feats of physical and mental…
By Lindsey Green

An Ugly Truth Exposed By 'The Bronze'

As a former competitive gymnast, I've been anxiously awaiting the release of The Bronze ever since the comedy first hit the Sundance Film Festival over a year ago. Gymnastics was a major part of my life growing up, and rarely does a niche sport get …
By Lindsey Green

McKayla Maroney's 4 Social Media Lessons

McKayla Maroney’s “Not impressed” face from the London Olympic Games four years ago became one of the most famous Internet memes in history, and made the now-20 year old into a massive social media celebrity overnight, with millions of followers and …
By Lindsey Green

WNBA Legend Tamika Catchings On Giving Back On

Tamika Catchings is one of the most decorated female basketball players of all time. Scratch that – with two NCAA titles, A WNBA title, WNBA MVP award, and three Olympic gold medals, she’s one of the most decorated basketball players of all time, per…
By Lindsey Green