B.S. Biology, University of Puget Sound, Washington, 2002
M.S. Ecology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 2003
Lindsey works on a variety of projects with INR and the Oregon Biodiversity Information Center, including managing species occurrence information, a geodatabase of Oregon's managed and protected areas, creating and maintaining ecological datasets, and organizing data transfers. Lindsey also acts as the Data Administrator for the Oregon iMapInvasives site which allows managers and interested citizens to track invasive species observations and management actions online. She has worked as a field botanist for the National Park Service at Mount Rainier and for ORBIC on the coast and in central Oregon.