Lindsey Copeland joined the LSA team on September 22, 2014 as Director of Advocacy and Public Policy. Lindsey comes to us from the National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities (NASUAD), where she was their Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs since 2011.
In her role at LSA, Lindsey is responsible for developing and implementing federal advocacy strategies through a focused public policy agenda, partnerships with members of the Administration and Congress, and working with our members to identify and influence public policy issues and funding on the national level.
She holds a BA from Hollins University and a J.D. from the University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law. Lindsey will work closely with Sarah Meek, Director of Public Policy and Advocacy for the LSA Disability Network (LSA-DN).
We're excited to have Lindsey bring her experience to LSA to help continue to represent our members at the national level and be a strong voice of advocacy for Lutheran social ministry.