Lindsay Maxwell, Founder
Lindsay Maxwell is the founder of The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund, a private philanthropic fund that supports charitable endeavors which reflect Lindsay’s personal priorities and values: improving the lives of children with special needs; enabling access opportunities to education; and providing care, compassion, and protection to animals.
As an equestrian, Lindsay and her horses have been honored with numerous United States Equestrian Federation Horse of the Year awards and major championships, recently including the Devon Horse Show, Capital Challenge Horse Show, Pennsylvania National Horse Show, Washington International Horse Show, and circuit champion of the Winter Equestrian Festival in Florida.
The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund is a major sponsor of numerous horse shows and grand prix events across the country and is the title sponsor of The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund Washington International Horse Show Equitation Finals and The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund USHJA Emerging Athletes Program.
Lindsay earned her undergraduate degree at The University of the South (Sewanee, Tennessee), and she completed her graduate studies at Georgetown University (Washington, DC). She primarily resides in Beverly Hills, California, and also enjoys spending time at her homes in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. and Aiken, South Carolina.
Bill Rube, Executive Director
Bill Rube, who is well known as an amateur equestrian, horse owner and most recently a powerhouse fundraiser at the United States Hunter Jumper Association Foundation, joined the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund in November of 2017.
Bill will aid the LMCF in its mission to support meaningful organizations and equestrians in need.
“I'm thrilled to be a part of the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund,” said Bill. “I've spent a good deal of my professional career collecting donations for various organizations, and it's very exciting for me to help Lindsay align the charitable fund within the hunter and jumper community.”
Bill has distinguished himself in the equestrian nonprofit community through his role as the fund development director of the USHJA Foundation. During this position, he gained wide acclaim for his commitment to the hunter and jumper industry as well as his spirit for volunteering.
As a result, Bill was awarded the USHJA President’s Distinguished Service Award in 2012 and 2013. In 2014, Rube was named the USHJA Volunteer of the Year and in 2016 he was presented with the Moran Family Excellence Award.