Lyndsey Posner serves as a Trustee for Women for Women International - UK.
As a lawyer, qualified in England and California, Lyndsey Posner entered the film industry in 1979 as an associate attorney specialising in entertainment law in the Century City law firm Greenberg & Glusker. During her career she has worked for Columbia Pictures, Enigma Productions, Paramount Pictures and Chrysalis Films and International Creative Management (ICM).
During her career, Lyndsey has been involved in a vast array of films from Ghostbusters to The Last Emperor, from Schindler's List to Bridget Jones Diary. She has also helped raise financing for a number of independent films. She was instrumental in setting up Steve Coogan’s and Henry Normal’s award-winning TV comedy production company, Baby Cow Productions, which she continues to advise, and is involved in managing the exploitation of the highly successful Masterchef franchise. She is a trustee of the National Film and Television School Foundation.