What We Do
Who We Are
Cell Phone: (519) 870-5375
Location: London, ON
Lindsay (she/her) has been working in the area of resource management, planning, impact assessment, and decision-making for over 15 years. Her doctoral work focused on the connection between Indigenous planning, environmental decision-making, and notions of reconciliation.
She managed collaborative marine planning and management initiatives for the Council of the Haida Nation before joining Fisheries and Oceans Canada where she led technical aspects of marine conservation and marine mammal management in the Pacific Region. She has also worked as an instructor at several post-secondary and community-based institutions in BC and the UK. Much of her research and consulting work has focused on impact assessment processes and analyses in consideration of Indigenous communities and interests.
Lindsay enjoys running, cycling, paddling, getting her hands dirty in the garden, growing food and volunteering in her community. Her adopted Haida name is Khataya.