ODCA Staff

Lindsey Poole

Analyst

Lindsey is responsible for conducting audits and program evaluations of District government programs.

Before joining ODCA, Lindsey was the network research and advocacy coordinator at The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts, where she also coordinated local research for a national hunger study. She also served as a Food Policy Intern at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Prior to that, Lindsey taught biology and chemistry and brings a background in education to her audit work at ODCA.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Mount Holyoke College, and a master’s degree in public policy with a concentration in program evaluation from the George Washington University.

When not working to improve the economy, efficiency, and accountability of the District government, Lindsey enjoys cooking tasty food and rowing on the Potomac River.

Audits

Certification of Fiscal Year 2018 Total Local Source General Fund Revenue Estimate (Net of Dedicated Taxes) in Support of the District’s Issuance of General Obligation Commercial Paper Bond Anticipation Notes (Series 2018A)

Certification of Fiscal Year 2018 Total Local Source General Fund Revenue Estimate (Net of Dedicated Taxes) in Support of the District’s Issuance of General Obligation Bonds (Series 2017B and 2017D), General Obligation Refunding Bonds (2017C) and General Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes (Series 2017)

Certification of Fiscal Year 2018 Total Local Source General Fund Revenue Estimate (Net of Dedicated Taxes) in Support of the District’s Issuance of General Obligation Bonds (Series 2018A) and General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Series 2018B)

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