For the past seven years, Lindsey has honed her health reporting skills on The Post’s busy General Assignment desk, where she has routinely covered national health news and been a key contributor to our coronavirus coverage. She has a keen understanding of service journalism and have Regularly written questions and answers on topics readers are talking about. She also reported on the opioid crisiscovered the debate at length physician-assisted suicide and writing about disability issues, including a story about a “Sesame Street” muppet. embroiled in an autism controversy.
Lindsey began her career at The Post as a founding reporter on the Morning Mix team. She was selected for two distinguished health reporting fellowships: the 2019 Boston Health Coverage Fellowship, which focuses on critical health care issues, and the 2018 Mayo Clinic-Cronkite Medical Journalism Fellowship at Arizona State University and the Arizona Mayo Clinic campuses .
Lindsey was previously a staff reporter at the Dallas Morning News. She has also written for her hometown newspaper, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and interned at the Guardian US
Lindsey holds a master’s degree in digital media and investigative journalism from Columbia University, where she was also a fellow at the Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism, spending 10 months reporting on juveniles in the adult criminal justice system. She graduated from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor of Science in Editorial News Journalism.
When she’s not working, Lindsey enjoys photography, watching documentaries, and doting on Emmy, her 4-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
She starts her new job on September 6.
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