Lindsay McDaniel Joins Winkler Group as Business and Operations Manager

Charleston—The Winkler Group has named a new Business and Operations Manager.  Lindsay McDaniel, an established organizational director, brings extensive project management experience and client development to the firm.

For the Winkler Group, Lindsay will oversee the firm’s operations and will spearhead marketing efforts that continue the firm’s 15 years of consecutive revenue growth.  She will also support the firm’s growing group of consultants who work with nonprofits, colleges, and schools across the Southeast, Midwest, and Northeast.

Prior to joining the Winkler Group, Ms. McDaniel was the Director of the Lowcountry Manufacturers Council where she managed the association and its representation of 75 companies.  She also worked as the Director of Special Events for the Charleston School of Law and oversaw business development for the National Golf Course Owners Association.

“The Business and Operations Manager is key to our firm’s success,” explains Tim Winkler, founder and CEO of the Winkler Group.  “To our clients, Lindsay will bring humble confidence and resourcefulness; we are thrilled to have someone with her experience in this position that is so important to our business and to our clients.”

A native of Memphis, Ms. McDaniel received a B.A. from the College of Charleston.  She actively volunteers with many Charleston nonprofit organizations.

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The Winkler Group, a national nonprofit consulting firm with offices in Charleston and Orlando, specializes in customized capital campaigns and planning studies. 

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