Lindsey Zea is a policy and research analyst with the Virginia Institute for Public Policy.
Lindsey loves liberty (say that five times fast). Specifically, she is passionate about empowering individuals and organizations to advance liberty. Her interest in liberty and constitutional principles began at a young age, ignited by her parents, and has matured into a career advancing liberty in the public square and in every home. She believes policies should lead to prosperity by allowing individuals freedom to reach their highest potential and accept personal accountability.
She is skilled in state and local public policy research, coalition building, and legislative drafting. In addition to her work with the Virginia Institute, Lindsey assists Moms for America, a national grassroots organization, with their K-12 Education and School Boards project called “MomForce.”
Lindsey is a graduate of Brigham Young University – Idaho with a degree in History. She enjoys seeing current events and politics through the lens of the past and anticipating the future with a lens of hope. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, hiking, country dancing, and spending time with friends and family.
Lindsey has made Rockbridge County her home and joined the Virginia Institute for Public Policy in 2021.