TB Project Co-Director
As co-director of the tuberculosis (TB) project, Lindsay works with community advocates, researchers, policy makers, developers, and donors to expedite the development of and access to novel TB treatment, diagnostic, and prevention technologies. As coordinator of the Global TB Community Advisory Board—a group of research-literate activists from around the world that acts in an advisory capacity to institutions conducting TB clinical trials—she also works to ensure that research and development efforts respond to community needs and priorities.
Lindsay joined TAG in 2012 as an Assistant TB/HIV project officer and moved on to becoming a TB/HIV project officer, then senior TB/HIV project officer, prior to her current role. She received her Master of Public Health from SUNY Stony Brook University, and her Bachelor of Arts in Public Health Studies from Johns Hopkins University. Lindsay enjoys writing and hopes to one day complete a piece of historical fiction loosely based on the lives of her great-grandmother and great-grandaunts.