Sylvester “Sly” Lindsay joined ACS in 2021 and currently serves as Director of Information Technology. In this capacity, he is responsible for the strategy, management, and security of the IT infrastructure for ACS.
Lindsay has over 17 years’ experience in IT, along with various certificates in Microsoft, Cisco, and VmWare, just to name a few. Prior to joining ACS, Lindsay served 7 years as the IT Manager for the International Union of Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers.
Lindsay received a BS in Computer Information Systems from Strayer University. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with family, riding motorcycles, and listening to music.
Dilenia Santos joined ACS in 2021 and currently serves as an Administration Associate.
Prior to joining ACS, Dilenia worked as the community liaison for the Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School (WHEELS) in New York. She has also interned for Uptown Progressive Action where she had the pleasure of coordinating rallies for elected community officials, participated in workshops on healthcare such as the New York Health Act, and encouraged voter registration.
While attending the State University of New York at New Paltz, Dilenia served as both an administrative assistant and research assistant alongside the president of the university. This research focused on renaming the Hasbrouck Building Complex. The mission, mainly leading towards the creation of a proposal that helps educate future students, faculty, and alumni of the history of the Huguenot patentees, Indigenous people, and enslaved Africans.
Dilenia earned her B.A. in Black Studies at the State University of New York at New Paltz in May of 2020. During her leisure, Dilenia enjoys exploring new restaurants, journaling, and exploring different community service opportunities.
Crystal Bishop joined ACS in April 2018. She worked as a Administrative Assistant, and now currently serves as a Administrative Associate.
She previously interned for former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, working in the Office of Constituent Services in Richmond. Previously, she was a legislative assistant intern to former Virginia Delegate Dave Albo, who was Chairman of the House Courts of Justice Committee in 2016. Bishop also gained experience working for the Virginia Senate Finance Committee during the 2018 legislative session, where she collaborated on budget amendments with all 40 state Senators, legislative fiscal analysts, legislative assistants, and other executive staff.
Bishop received her B.A. in Political Science with Cum Laude, and achieved a concentration in International Relations from Virginia Commonwealth University in May 2017. During her time at VCU, she studied abroad in Belgium in the city of Brussels where she learned about Belgian culture and the European Union policymaking and lobbying process. She has also traveled to various countries such as the Netherlands, France and the United Kingdom. She enjoys exploring cities, soccer, and photography.
Kendra McCormick joined ACS in July 2017 and currently serves as the Director of Finance.
In this capacity, she works with the administration team on matters related to the organization’s budgeting, bookkeeping, and project grant tracking.
McCormick was previously an Administrative Assistant and the Assistant Director of Administration and Operations at ACS. She earned her BA in Political Science and History from The George Washington University.
McCormick is based in Portland, Maine. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, travelling, and Boston sports.
Morgan Washburn joined ACS in February 2017 and currently serves as the HR Manager.
Washburn previously worked with the Iowa Coordinated Campaign and in the Iowa Senate. She received her B.A. in Social Work and Sociology with a minor in International Studies from Loras College in 2013 and an Masters of Social Work from University of Minnesota in 2014. Her interests include discussing Iowa politics, reading and watching cat videos.
Jeran Wiebke joined ACS in 2016 and served as Office Manager and Bookkeeper.
While in college, Wiebke participated in the University of Iowa mock trial program, which cultivated his interest in legal debate and promoting access to legal resources for all citizens. His major areas of interest beyond law include Cold War American History and Ancient Rome.
Wiebke previously worked for University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. In this position, he assisted staff with information technology issues and helped them use technology to improve job functions.
Wiebke received his B.A. in history from the University of Iowa in 2016. In his free time, he enjoys discovering new restaurants, watching and playing soccer, and watching movies.