Lyndsey is a passionate social justice and transportation advocate that has worked on a number of multi-sector partnerships to incorporate culturally-relevant community engagement into planning projects. In 2014, while completing her graduate studies, Lyndsey had the opportunity to work at the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) through the Randall Lewis Health Policy Fellowship. At SCAG, she developed their first Public Health Appendix for the 2016 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy. Through this work she became passionate about the intersection of transportation, land use, and public health. In 2016 she joined LACBC under former Executive Director, Tamika Butler, where she began to view transportation as inextricably connected to building a just, healthy, and equitable society. She feels fortunate to work with and learn from so many talented, visionary, and fearless advocates and public servants in the city she loves so deeply. Lyndsey holds a Master’s in Public Health from USC and a Bachelor’s in Spanish from UCLA.