Lindsay Simmons

Junior Minister for Social Development and Seniors and Home Affairs


Lindsay Kathleen Simmons is a proud mother of a 6 year old daughter. She comes from a tight knit family which includes her mother, father, sisters, brother and brother in laws. She attended Gilbert Institute, West Pembroke Primary, The Berkeley and Keizer University.  Lindsay has an Associate Degree and a Bachelors degree in Arts and Science.  Public service has been a hallmark of Lindsay’s life, especially when related to children in need of assistance. Lindsay is the Director of Operations at Bermuda Restaurants Ltd., and also works as a Substitute teacher for the Department of Education. In 2005, Lindsay became the youngest person ever to sign on as a foster parent in Bermuda. Throughout the past fifteen years she has fostered many children through Family Services. She believes that if Family Services asks for help, she wants to be a part of the solution. Lindsay has been the President of the Foster Parents Association for the past five years and a board member for the past ten years. In 2013, she established the Glenda Edwards Continuing Scholarship for foster children. Lindsay was awarded the Paul Harris Fellows Award for her work in the community in 2018. Throughout the years of volunteer work, she has been awarded: the Bermudian magazine “Unsung Hero Award”, the Queen’s Certificate and Badge of Honor and a Berkeley Institute Community Service Cup.