Lindsey is the deputy director of policy, specializing in education, elections, and legislative drafting, at the Virginia Institute for Public Policy, an independent, nonpartisan, education and research organization that develops and promotes public policy consistent with the Virginia tradition of individual liberty, dynamic entrepreneurial capitalism, private property, the rule of law, and constitutionally limited government.
She is passionate about advancing liberty in the public square and in every home. Whether she is researching, writing, or speaking to citizens on a variety of policy issues, she embraces efforts that help government truly serve the people. Lindsey believes good policies are the rich soil in which prosperity grows, allowing individuals the freedom to reach their highest potential and accept personal accountability.
She 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 joined the Virginia Institute for Public Policy in 2021 and makes her home in the Lexington, Virginia area.