Meet Lindsey Tederman, a seasoned professional with a contagious passion for journalism, community, and building lasting connections. Lindsey is thrilled to be a part of the Nebraska Press Association, marking a joyous return to her roots in journalism.
With a Mass Communications Degree from Doane University over two decades ago, Lindsey’s journey in the newspaper world began as the Entertainment Editor of The Doane Owl. Since then, she has embarked on a dynamic career, including a stint as the Director of Student Media at Methodist College in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Upon her return to Nebraska, Lindsey made her mark as a reporter at the Tri-City Tribune in Cozad, followed by an impactful tenure as the Editor of the Clipper-Herald in Lexington, working alongside her longtime mentor, Terri Baker.
Beyond the newsroom, Lindsey found her niche as the owner of Charm Boutique in Gothenburg, extending her entrepreneurial spirit with a thriving shop in Lincoln at SouthPointe Pavilions. Juggling her roles as a business owner and a dedicated mother to her two children, Boone (16) and Bodey (13), Lindsey views her family as her most significant accomplishments, inspiring her to strive for excellence daily.
Residing in Gothenburg, Lindsey takes on a hybrid role, working both from the Lincoln office and her home office. Her diverse experiences have uniquely positioned her to bring a fresh perspective to the NPA, rekindling her love for newspapers and community engagement.
Lindsey is eager to serve Nebraska newspapers and foster enduring relationships with clients, sales representatives, and communities spanning from the western border to the Missouri River. Known for her energy and enthusiasm, Lindsey is ready to infuse her passion into the association, one exclamation point at a time!