I have the power to decide that, after having two babies, the only thing I want to nurse is an iced coffee.
Lyndsay leads the design, development, and delivery of digital instructional products and trainings at Power to Decide. She is passionate about creating engaging, accessible, and empowering educational opportunities that address issues of health equity and build the capacity of social service and health providers to support their clients’ reproductive well-being needs.
Prior to joining Power to Decide, Lyndsay worked at the National Academy for State Health Policy providing directive, technical, and substantive leadership in the development and implementation of online learning communities and policy hubs for the Centers for Disease Control, Human Resources and Services Administration, HealthHIV, and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services. Lyndsay began working in reproductive health as a peer educator at the age of 14 and has spent over 20 years of her career in the field.
Lyndsay earned a BA in Women’s Studies and Philosophy from Simmons College and a Masters Degree in Health Policy and Administration and Certificate of Advanced Study in Public Health from the Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine. She lives deep in the woods of Maine with her husband, two children, and corgi.