Lindsay is a research associate whose work is driven by a passion for collaborative, inclusive research to promote equity and support people to thrive in their communities. Lindsay is particularly dedicated to working with disability service systems staff to identify opportunities for improving the quality of services. Lindsay is also highly skilled in communicating research findings in accessible and meaningful ways to different audiences.
Prior to joining HSRI, Lindsay was a project manager at the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, where her work addressed improving person-centered supports for people who use home and community-based services. Prior to that, Lindsay worked as Director of Research and Evaluation on health programming at Special Olympics.
When not at work, Lindsay enjoys crochet, baking, and getting active outdoors with her husband and three children.
- PhD from University of Wisconsin-Madison
- MPH from University of Michigan
- BS from University of Michigan
- National Core Indicators
- National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems