After graduating from Wheaton College, Lindsey served as the Youth Coordinator at Children International in Little Rock, Arkansas for two years. She then returned to school, earning both a Master of Public Health and a Master of Public Service from the Boozman College of Public Health and Clinton School of Public Service. During graduate school, she spent three months collaborating on a chronic disease program with the staff at Bo Hua Hospital in Jilin, China. She also worked as a health policy analyst and served as an outreach initiative manager at the Arkansas Minority Health Commission.
Lindsey spent the summer before law school working as a summer associate in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Public Health Law Research program. After her 1L year, she worked as a legal intern at the Education Law Center. She spent her second summer in the Office of General Counsel at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
At Penn, she has participated in several pro bono activities including the Equal Justice Foundation, the Housing Rights Project, and the Health Law and Policy Project. She also serves as an LLM and public interest mentor and is a Senior Editor on the Law Review.