image of woman wearing a hat lifting microphone for a child to speakLindsay currently directs California’s campaigns to raise standards for domestic workers and expand the homecare safetynet so all Californians can get the support they need to live with dignity at home and in their communities. Lindsay joined Hand in Hand in 2013 mobilizing domestic employers to win the CA Domestic Worker Bill of Rights and the Support at Home Program in San Francisco. Lindsay has also worked to establish a Domestic Workers Education and Outreach Program with the CA Department of Industrial Relations. Before joining Hand in Hand, Lindsay spent six years at Urban Habitat, a regional environmental justice organization, working in partnership with bus riders, community organizations, senior groups and disability rights activists to improve the affordability and reliability of bus service in the Bay Area’s low-income communities. Lindsay is also the mother of two children, a former nanny employer, and lives in Oakland, CA.