Lindsey Mintz has been involved in the Glendale community for over nine years. After attending Villanova University and the University of San Diego on academic scholarships, she found herself moving to Colorado and establishing her roots in Glendale. Lindsey opened her first business in Glendale, the T-Bar, in July 2014.
Since opening, Lindsey has worked diligently with the Greater Glendale Chamber of Commerce, the Glendale Police Department, and other local business owners to prepare the city for its urban revival -- the G180 Project. It has been the vision of the citizens for decades to create an urban village, and Lindsey is passionate about being another voice of the citizens when it comes to this metamorphosis. Through her businesses and involvement in the community, Lindsey makes it a top priority to speak with Glendalians about their ideas, thoughts, and concerns.
Over the past ten years, Lindsey has made a name for herself in the fitness community with big-name sponsorships, print articles, and victories in fitness competitions. She won the most prestigious amateur event in the United States, the Arnold Classic, and established herself as a fitness pro in the WBFF, during which time she traveled the world doing fitness competitions. She recently placed first in her age group in the Reebok Spartan Race, was featured in Strong Fitness Magazine in the article “Women to Watch,” and earned her certification from the USA Olympic Committee in Weightlifting. Lindsey has taken her experience in fitness to print in hopes of inspiring and empowering others and authored the “High Altitude Program.” She has coupled this with the High Altitude Foundation, which she has big plans for in 2016, including a large scale community-building fitness event in Glendale.
Lindsey was unanimously appointed onto the City Council in January of 2016. Her current responsibilities include representing Glendale on the Denver Regional Council of Governments and the RTD Committee. In her free time, Lindsey loves to enjoy the outdoors -- doing everything from biking, running, climbing Colorado’s infamous “Fourteeners,” backpacking, hunting, and finding the craziest obstacles races she can compete in.