Lindsay Cox is a Graduate Research Assistant at the Center on Health Insurance Reforms (CHIR) at Georgetown University. Joining CHIR as a 2023-24 George E. Richmond Foundation Fellow, Lindsay analyzes the current regulatory landscape and market incentives that affect consumers’ access to dental coverage offered through ACA marketplaces. Lindsay is a graduate student in the Master of Policy Management program at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University and will graduate in 2024.
Prior to entering into her graduate program, Lindsay served as the Senior Manager for Advocacy & Outreach at the Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA). In her role at HFA, Lindsay led the Public Affairs team’s advocacy education efforts, assisted the HFA policy team with federal policy and regulatory measures, and supported HFA member organizations on state advocacy and policy initiatives. Before joining HFA, Lindsay was the Director of Engagement and Strategic Innovation for the New York City Hemophilia Chapter and the Coalition Manager for the New York State Bleeding Disorders Coalition. As an experienced advocate, Lindsay was integrally involved in the passage of numerous pieces of legislation in New York State, including those regarding copay accumulator adjusters, anti-mandatory mail order, non-medical switching, pharmacy access, the creation of a Rare Disease Advisory Council, March is Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month, and more.
Lindsay has been a featured speaker and facilitator on topics such as coalition building, creative methods for advocacy training, storytelling techniques, and ways to connect patient community members and legislators. She holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Philosophy, Politics, and Law from Binghamton University, graduating in 2017 with President’s Honors.