Elizabeth Lindsey is Leaving Byte Back to Become CEO of Urban Alliance

Elizabeth Lindsey

Tech training nonprofit Byte Back is losing its CEO next month: Elizabeth Lindsey is leaving the NoMA-based org after five-and-a-half years to lead national youth development nonprofit Urban Alliance.

The 2019 Root 100 list honoree and 2019 Technical.ly Awards nominee for Impact Leader of the Year told Technical.ly on Monday that she’s not leaving the area, as Urban Alliance is also based in the District, near Dupont Circle. She also plans to continue to be involved with Byte Back in some capacity, including as a continuing donor and volunteer.

Lindsey’s last day with Byte Back is April 2. A search is currently underway for a new CEO, led by the Byte Back board of directors alongside D.C.-based search firm NonprofitHR.


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