Lindsay Flacks spent one season as a volunteer assistant coach with the Pepperdine track (spring 2012) and cross country (fall 2012) teams.
Flacks was a three-time All-American in cross country at Stanford, where she led the Cardinal to three NCAA titles in 2005, '06 and '07. Flacks also lettered in track and field while at Stanford, and graduated with her bachelor's degree in psychology in 2009.
On the national and international stage, she finished fourth at the U.S. Junior Cross Country Championships in 2005 to qualify for the 2005 World Junior Cross Country Championship in St. Etienne, France, where she finished 30th.
Her success carried over into the classroom, as she graduated with honors and was a member of the Psi Chi National Psychology Honors Society.
Flacks began work as a research coordinator at UCLA Medicine in June 2009, and managed ongoing treatment studies for the Child Anxiety, OCD and Tic Disorders Program within the UCLA Biobehavioral Science Department.
She later went on to work as an emergency room medical scribe and chief trainer at Emergency Medical Scribe Systems in West Hills.
Flacks is currently enrolled in the Anderson School of Management at UCLA where she is pursuing her MBA.
The Calabasas native and 2004 graduate of Harvard-Westlake, Flacks currently resides in Culver City. Her prep school honors includes Los Angeles Times Cross Country Athlete of the Year and three-time Los Angeles Daily News Athlete of the Year. On the track, she was the 2004 California high school champion in the 3,200 meters.