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Lindsay serves as a Research Project Manager at KIPRC where she works as the evaluator for the Overdose Data to Action (OD2A)-KY program. Lindsay holds a Bachelor's of Arts in Communication and Sociology, a Master's of Science in Analytics, and a Master's of Arts in Law, Justice, and Culture.

Lindsay has local public health department experience where she was the Drug Overdose Prevention Health Educator for the Union County Health Department (UCHD)in Ohio. During her time at UCHD, she received a NACCHO Model Practice Award for the implementation of locking pill bottles (LPB) with individuals who received medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD). Lindsay spoke about this LPB project at the NACCHO 360 Conference and the Rocky Mountain Symposium on Addictive Disorders.

Lindsay has strong roots in the prevention field through growing up in youth-led prevention programs. Through her experiences with prevention Lindsay is passionate about implementing effective prevention strategies to decrease the number of fatalities and injuries related to overdose and addiction.


  • Bachelor's of Arts in Communication and Sociology with a minor in Justice, Law, and Public Policy
    • Wittenberg University (Springfield, OH)
  • Master's of Science in Analytics
    • Wittenberg University (Springfield, OH)
  • Master's of Arts in Law, Justice, and Culture
    • Ohio University (Athens, OH)

Research Interests

  • Overdose Prevention