Empowering you with a strong team
To bring our clients’ visions to life through expertise, creativity and a deep connection to their purpose
Our Team Leads
Lindsey is an educator, entrepreneur, and mom who values creativity, connection and amplifying and uplifting the talents of others. With over 20 years in the field of education, as an adult educator, teacher trainer, curriculum developer and instructional designer, Lindsey has always delighted in creatively meeting the needs and interests of her students and clients. In August 2020, she founded eResponders to help organizations develop and scale their online learning offerings.
Lindsey combined her skills and interests, as well as the strengths of her team to expand services to provide virtual team services for realtors and other entrepreneurs. Her team says that she has the “strong ability to keep moving things forward even when the path is not clear, and is quick to solve problems when they arise. She is passionate about the work we do and never afraid to try new approaches.” Lindsey has an MA in TESOL from Hunter College in NYC and an MA in Educational Technology from Marlboro College in VT, and is a licensed Massachusetts Realtor.
Zander Scott - COO
Prior to opening the eResponders office, he worked with blueEnergy, an international NGO focused on addressing climate change, and founded Bluefields Sound System, a recording studio dedicated to community produced music and media. His teammates describe him as an “out-of-the-box thinker but with practical groundedness and a strong ability to see the bigger picture” and as a leader who “empowers the team to manage and find solutions and consistently shows his dedication to local staff and community development.”
Gisselle Salomon - Virtual Teams Manager
Ariana Arguello - Virtual Teams Manager
Yesibette Davila - Creative Director
Eric Lopp - Product Manager
Elliette Bello - Virtual Teams Manager
Elliette is from the beautiful Corn Island, the Nicaraguan Caribbean jewel. Previously, Elliette worked for international development and humanitarian organizations, as an accountant for The Red Cross in Bluefields and before that, as an administrative assistant for Project Concern International. With her educational background in accounting and human resources, her colleagues say, Elliette brings an important eye for detail to the team. When not at work, you might find her watching every play at her kids’ football (soccer) games or tending her garden of flowering cacti.
Two communities connected
Bluefields, Nicaragua and Easthampton, MA
Photo credit: Mike Girardi
Easthampton, located in the Connecticut River Valley of Western Massachusetts, is a thriving small town known for its creative entrepreneurs, breweries and beautiful setting. From a textile mill town to the thriving cultural and arts center it is today, Easthampton invites creative thinking and re-invention. So when the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, Lindsey, inspired by the creative entrepreneurial spirit surrounding her in Easthampton, launched eResponders to meet the urgent needs of organizations and small businesses needing to pivot quickly to the online environment.
Photo credit: Henrry González
Bluefields is located on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. It is a bustling multicultural and multilingual port town surrounded by tropical rainforest where different indigenous, Afro-descendant and mestizo ethnic groups converge. It is celebrated throughout Nicaragua for its Caribbean music, gastronomy and natural beauty. Bluefields is part of an autonomous territory that seeks the sustainable development of its communities, opening the path to people to develop knowledge and skills in scientific, social and cultural studies. Our operations are located on the campus of Bluefields Indian & Caribbean University and partners with the Innovation Department to source and develop young talent.