Lyndsey has been active in web and digital media for ten years. A committed advocate of the protection of individual rights, she works to facilitate accessibility for people with disabilities and to ensure that the use of digital does not create procedural or administrative issues that contribute to unfairness or disadvantage in civil society.
When speaking nationally and internationally on digital rights, Lyndsey focuses on the need for equitable citizen access to technology, and on the engagement of non-technologists in technology and accessibility matters.
This is an exciting and challenging time for digital rights, nationally and internationally, and there is a lot to be gained through collaboration, shared education, and broad conversations. As Chair of EFA, Lyndsey is committed to building these relationships internally with members, and externally with the wider community, to foster collaborative movements.