Brie Lindsey, Ph.D., is Director of Science Services for CCST, where she leads the team’s Science and Program Officers and Associates to connect our daily efforts on science services to CCST’s mission and strategy. While at CCST, Brie has worked to innovate on science service formats while ensuring they continue to meet policymaker needs and are delivered with integrity, rigor, and impact. In addition to developing staff capacity and skills to deliver science advising to policymakers, she directs projects requested by decision makers, works with partner institutions, and supports outreach efforts that connect CCST’s network of experts, state decision makers, and other partners.
Prior to joining CCST, Brie was placed in the Senate Office of Research as a CCST Science and Technology Policy Fellow. There, she had the opportunity to provide research, analysis, and occasional expert testimony on a broad range of policy topics including the nexus between water, oil, and gas; crude transport by rail; California’s Paid Family Leave Program; and genetically modified salmon. She received her doctorate in Biological Oceanography from the College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University, with a dissertation focusing on the bioenergetics and behavior of krill through numerical models. Prior to that, she earned a BA in Environmental Sciences from the University of California, Berkeley.
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