ADVOCATING FOR GLOBAL HEALTH
“I am committed to working towards access to water, food, sanitation, and safety for all the world’s populations. I believe health is a fundamental human right.”
Partner to the United Nations
“For the UN’s Every Woman Every Child campaign, Lyndon brought a range of players to the table and helped place women's and children's health at the top of the global agenda.”
Rebecca Affolder, Special Adviser, Office of the UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy on Ebola
Lyndon had a key role in launching the global strategy for Every Woman, Every Child. Working closely with the Secretary General’s office, she helped develop and roll out agreements with the 192 countries of the UN and the UN agencies working on health. This movement has galvanized global action to expand services, change policies, and bring greater funding to decreasing maternal, infant, and childhood mortality.
Advocate for Global Immunizations
“Lyndon's breadth of expertise and experience in global health make her a strong strategic asset. Sharp, operational and always spot on with her recommendations.”
Seth Berkley, MD, CEO, GAVI
Lyndon’s dedication to working towards access to life-saving immunizations for children around the world has led her to support the work of GAVI in multiple ways. She’s worked as a management consultant on the GAVI Campaign to help effectively reorganize how the campaign is run in the U.S. She’s done media outreach with the Washington, D.C. office to publicize the work of GAVI, and she has partnered with the new CEO, Dr. Seth Berkley in Geneva on strategic communications and branding.
Strategy Consultant to Global Leaders
"Lyndon's ability to move a group of people forward around big ideas is exceptional. She pushes us to think bigger about our impact and what's possible."
Katie Drasser, Deputy Director, Aspen Global Heath and Development
Lyndon helped found the Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health to bring attention and focus to the critical impact family planning has on women’s health and the health of a country. From conceptualizing the initial idea to organizing media and events in the US and overseas, Lyndon has worked with former heads of state and global health leaders to advocate for women’s reproductive health as a fundamental human right.