Lindsey Doyle serves as Policy Manager at InterAction, having joined the team in October 2018. With nine years of experience, Lindsey specializes in peacebuilding, conflict management and transformation, and U.S. foreign policy. She leads InterAction’s advocacy and networking learning work on fragility, climate change, and development and innovative finance.
Prior to InterAction, Lindsey served in the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations where she designed and implemented interagency strategies and programs on a range of diplomatic and development issues. These included gang violence prevention, peace processes, U.S. regional cooperation in Central America and the Andean region, establishing the Atrocities Prevention Board, Secretary of State’s Strategic Dialogue with Faith-Based Civil Society, and Women, Peace and Security.
Between 2013 and 2018, Lindsey worked overseas in South Africa as a Rotary Peace Fellow with the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, at the Arias Foundation alongside the former president of Costa Rica, and in Sweden with the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Her work has been recognized through a U.S. Department of State Superior Honor Award and the Martin Holmdahl Award for the Promotion of Human Rights from the Vice Chancellor of Uppsala University. As co-founder of the social enterprise MAP, Lindsey often speaks publicly on the strategic use of creative arts and media in peacebuilding at institutions such as the Middlebury Institute for International Studies, Georgetown University, and the Swiss Development Cooperation Agency.
Lindsey is from Los Angeles, California and holds an M.S. in Peace and Conflict Research from Uppsala University in Sweden and a B.S. in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.