Lindsay DritsasInstructor and Teaching Administrator of Personal Finance

In my role, I am excited to be a part of the School of Human Ecology initiative providing financial education and capabilities in the classroom and across campus. My passion lies in watching students grow and develop — not only as young professionals, but as individuals. I love the peer educator model of the Financial Life Skills courses. It’s invigorating to watch students teach their peers while developing leadership abilities and confidence in themselves. I am also part of the Advising & Career Center team, advising students in the Personal Finance major.

Being that I am a Badger alumna, I am thrilled to be back on campus as a part of the Human Ecology community. After spending six years in Chicago it was time to come home, and that’s exactly what UW is for me. Once a Badger, always a Badger. On Wisconsin!

Professional photo of Lindsay Peters Dritsas in front of 100 Women Wall.


  • Consumer Science

Degree Program

  • BS Personal Finance


Office: 4278 Nancy Nicholas Hall

Phone: 608-262-1810