Lindsey Back

Chief Financial Officer

With enthusiasm, drive and a high-level view, Lindsey has guided JPR’s financial strategy for the past seven years. She has facilitated all aspects of planning and operational tactics to lead the agency’s monumental success, expanding offices to accommodate rapid growth on the East Coast, West Coast and now globally.

Beyond the numbers, Lindsey is the point person on all things legal and technology, and she is the levelheaded, passionate financial steward of the agency. On the HR front, she’s integral to the agency’s top initiatives including the Pink Passport, an office swap program where JPR team members immerse themselves in other JPR offices. A fitness fanatic, Lindsey delves head first into the company’s Fit Fridays, encouraging group activity to support a healthy work/life balance.

For three consecutive years, Lindsey has been nominated to San Diego Business Journal’s CFO of The Year. She serves on the steering committee of the CFO Leadership Council, and in 2015, Lindsey participated in the California Real Estate Women leadership series where she was one of six panelists chosen to discuss their role in the growth and success of the San Diego community. She is also a member of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce representing JPR in the community.

"It takes a lot for a CFO to amaze me. Lindsey Back has found a way to do it every year since the day we first met.  She combines a strong financial background with a remarkable understanding of the fast paced, always evolving business world.  Saying that I am impressed with how Lindsey has helped manage the growth of one of the fastest growing PR firms in the nation would be a huge understatement."
- Eric Hollister, Vice President, City National Bank

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