Lyndsay Levingston is a multimedia personality, consultant and SurviveHER™.
Lyndsay is a Segment Producer/Researcher for the Black News Channel, the nation’s fastest-growing news network. Prior, she appeared on and contributed to BOLD TV, NJTV News (PBS), New York’s Verizon Fios1, NY 1 News, NBC Houston, FOX Houston, FOX Tulsa and NTV Houston in various capacities including anchor, host, reporter and producer. Lyndsay also serves as a communications/media consultant for organizations, businesses, and politicians.
The multi-hyphenate is a Houston native who lends her talents to various community, corporate and social engagements as emcee, moderator and speaker. She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the Junior League of Houston. She graduated with honors from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, and dual minors in dance and secondary education.
Lyndsay was diagnosed with Stage 2B triple-negative breast cancer in July 2019. She celebrates her remission status as the founder of SurviveHER™, a breast cancer awareness and wellness platform whose mission is to inform, inspire and empower women. Her story of victory has been featured on Essence.com, OprahMag.com, New York’s PIX 11 News, REVOLT TV Black News and NBC Houston. The SurviveHER™ podcast is powered by KTSU Radio (90.9FM).
CORE Magazine named Lyndsay to its inaugural “100 Most Influential Blacks Today” list in 2021.