Lindsay Munoz is founding Partner of Whitmire & Munoz LLC, a women-owned public affairs
firm located in Houston focusing on local and state governments and communities within the
Greater Houston region. The firm was founded on the principles of advocating for and engaging
with clients led by a vision of what kind of world we want to pass down to our children.
Prior to launching Whitmire & Munoz, Lindsay served as Vice President of Public Policy and
Advocacy at the Greater Houston Partnership, which she joined in August 2018. In this role, she
played a key role in driving the Partnership’s advocacy and strategic campaign efforts. She also
led executive projects for the policy team, while managing relationships with external
stakeholders, including local chambers of commerce, regional trade associations and community
leaders. Prior to joining the Partnership, she held the role of Director of External Affairs at
AT&T, where she served as a liaison between local elected officials, non-profit community
organizations and AT&T in the Houston area. Before that time, Lindsay spent four years at the
Houston Association of REALTORS (HAR), where she was Manager of Governmental Affairs.
In that capacity, she oversaw the Association's political and local policy initiatives. Lindsay
began her career in Austin, where she served as Communications Director for State
Representative Mark Homer in the Texas House of Representatives during the 79th, 80th
and 81st legislative sessions.
Lindsay believes strongly in giving back to her community and has served on numerous boards
and committees since moving to Houston in 2010. In 2023, she was invited by Commissioner
Adrian Garcia to join the Precinct2Gether Board of Directors, the affiliated nonprofit of Harris
County Commissioner Precinct 2, as his appointee. Following Tropical Storm Imelda, Lindsay
was appointed to serve as co-chair of the Imelda Relief Fund which, in cooperation with the
Greater Houston Community Foundation, dispersed grant money to nonprofit organizations that
provide services to individuals that were directly impacted by the storm. She is a current Director
of The Texas Lyceum, a nonpartisan statewide leadership organization which focuses on
cultivating the next generation of Texas leaders through robust policy discussions on topics that
are most pressing to the state’s future. In previous years, she was appointed by Mayor Annise
Parker to serve on the Houston Clean City Commission as well as the Houston BARC
Foundation. She has also served on the boards of both the League of Women Voters and
Leadership Houston. Lindsay is an alumnus of Leadership Houston, Class XXXII, having
received the Patrice Johnson Distinguished Alumnus Award. She also led Leadership Houston
Class XXXV as their Class Chair for the 2016-2017 program year. In 2022, Lindsay was a
recipient of the Houston Business Journal Women Who Mean Business award. In 2015, she was
honored to receive the Houston Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” award, and in 2016 she
received Houston Women’s Magazine “50 Most Influential Women of 2016” designation.
Lindsay grew up in Paris, TX before heading to The University of Texas at Austin as a student in
the McCombs School of Business. She graduated in 2004 with her bachelor’s in business
administration, majoring in marketing and minoring in international business. Lindsay and her
husband, Dr. Jean-Philippe Munoz, have a son named Jack, who attends Awty International
School. Jean-Philippe works as an Aerospace Engineer for Odyssey Space Research. In their
house, it really is rocket science.