Lyndsay Moseley Alexander
Assistant Vice President and Director of the Healthy Air Campaign, National Policy and Advocacy
American Lung Association
Lyndsay Moseley Alexander is Assistant Vice President and Director of the American Lung Association's Healthy Air Campaign, a national campaign to win strong outdoor air pollution safeguards to protect all Americans from the dangers of breathing air pollution. Previously, Lyndsay served as the Director of Advocacy and Deputy Director of the Healthy Air Campaign, where she represented the American Lung Association before Congress and federal regulatory agencies; provided technical assistance and strategic guidance to field staff on air pollution policy and advocacy; served as liaison with national public health, medical and environmental coalition partners, and more. Lyndsay held prior positions with the National Religious Partnership for the Environment, the Energy, Environment and Resources Center at the University of Tennessee and Sierra Club. Lyndsay holds a Master of Public Administration degree with a certificate in environmental policy from the University of Tennessee and a Bachelor of Arts in public policy analysis with a minor in history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.