Lyndsay Moseley Alexander
Lyndsay Moseley Alexander has more than 15 years of experience leading environmental health policy and advocacy campaigns to advance clean air, clean energy and climate solutions by helping Americans connect these issues to their core values. Currently, Lyndsay serves as the American Lung Association’s National Assistant Vice President, Healthy Air Campaign, leading efforts to reduce air pollution and fight climate change so that it does not cause or worsen lung disease. Lyndsay has a Master of Public Administration, with a certificate in environmental policy, from the University of Tennessee and B.A. in public policy analysis from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and son.