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The Third Story Apartment is a creative haus for social media + business
[and everything in between]

Lindsey Eryn Clark was born and raised in San Diego, the “golden land.” At age 18, Lindsey headed off to the middle-of-somewhere Oklahoma to attend Oral Roberts University. After graduating there in 2009, Lindsey began working at Go International, a “non-profit organization that seeks to inspire people to fully experience the life they were created to live.” During her time with Go International, Lindsey was able to begin living out her dream of working with troubled women in Red Light districts around the world. Throughout her three years at Go International, Lindsey traveled the world and worked alongside her closest friends, participating in many ground-breaking and innovative projects. Additionally, she was able to see people have clean water for the first time, to assist in Orphan Rescue projects, to host medical clinics on remote islands, and to work with women stuck in human trafficking in the Red Light districts. Today, Lindsey is the CEO + co-founder of Coast to Coast Central™ and the Queen B of Third Story Apartment.

And just in case you were wondering: Lindsey would shamelessly spend her whole paycheck at Anthropologie or H+M. Also, even though she owns a beautiful Anthro apron, her cooking skills are still sub-par. Lindsey believes in kindred spirits and bosom friends. She is a middle-child, “Jill of all trades,” half-Mexican, and a professed coffee addict. Despite everyone saying her driving is questionable, she still says it’s just California defensive driving!


Born To Embrace Uncertainty.

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