Nicole Lindler describes herself as a “housing warrior”. After graduating from USC with a B.S in business administration where she focused on product development and global marketing, Nicole received her Master of Public Affairs from the University of California Berkeley. In 2013 she founded BundleTree Baby which is the first blanket and accessories company whose products are handmade by a group of rural at-risk mothers in Uganda, whose profits provide on-going health care and education for Ugandan children. Nicole also worked for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices for five years, where she helped underprivileged communities with their housing needs and directly worked with homeowners whose homes were in jeopardy of foreclosure. After her time at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nicole continued to work directly with companies that fought to provide affordable housing to underrepresented communities.
Currently, Nicole works as a policy advisor at the office of San Francisco’s Mayor: London N. Breed. There she formulates policy plans for affordable housing, gender equity, behavioral health, and more. Amidst her busy schedule, she also actively volunteers. She is currently the president of the San Francisco Women’s Political Committee and in 2016 she volunteered for the Kamala Harris’ Senate campaign.