Lindsay comes from a military family and leads efforts to connect clients with the military and to produce our monthly Government Bioscience Grants (GBG) reports. Lindsay previously interned at USAID in the Bureau of Legislative and Public Affairs. She wrote policy briefs, targeted Members of Congress to lobby for foreign aid appropriations and authorizations, and prepared high-level USAID staff for congressional hearings. In school, Lindsay was elected Undergraduate Student Government’s Junior Class Senator and influenced the Board of Trustees to divest from fossil fuels by writing a resolution that passed unanimously among the student body. She also championed campus safety by connecting the Denver Police Department and Campus Safety. Most recently, Lindsay conducted research in Tanzania, where she led interviews with coffee farmers to uncover inefficiencies and inequalities within the system. Her experience has given her valuable communication, research, and policy development skills, which combined with her eagerness to provide hands-on assistance to clients, makes her an asset to G2G’s team.