Eli J. & Phyllis N. Segal Citizen Leadership Program

Lindsey Johnson

2021 AmeriCorps Segal Fellow

Lindsey Johnson is the Program Coordinator for the Soil & Climate Alliance through Green America’s Center for Sustainability Solutions. She supports general Soil & Climate Alliance operations and initiatives, assists with network events, and helps with the Nutrient Density Alliance.

Prior to joining Green America, Lindsey supported programs in federal government and non-profit organizations focused on issues ranging from public health, sustainable development, community resilience, and violence prevention. At AmeriCorps HQ, Lindsey helped launch a new Public Health AmeriCorps program as a Segal Fellow to advance the goal of creating a more robust, equitable public health workforce across the country. Interested in the intersection of climate and health, she focuses on work that promotes sustainable and equitable food systems and regenerative agriculture. She is excited to bring her experience in project management, operational support, research, and communications to Soil & Climate Alliance initiatives.

Lindsey is also passionate about tourism as a way to support sustainable development, and specifically how regenerative agritourism can support sustainable food systems. She serves on the Sustainable and Regenerative Agriculture and Agritourism subcommittee of the Global Agritourism Network. She also previously served as the Outreach Coordinator for Climate Words, which aims to promote climate literacy by curating an extensive lexicon of key words submitted by experts on the frontlines. Lindsey is an alum of Terra.do’s Climate Farm School program and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Peace & Conflict Studies and Russian & Eurasian Studies from Colgate University.