Lindsey Baxter Griffith
U.S. Advocacy and Policy Director
Lindsey Baxter Griffith leads Clean Air Task Force’s policy and advocacy work in the United States from Washington, D.C. She has more than a decade of experience working on climate change and energy issues.
Prior to joining Clean Air Task Force, Lindsey was a policy advisor to Senator Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts. Her work included developing legislation to reach net-zero economy-wide carbon emissions, to accelerate green finance, taxation and banking, to reduce air pollution, and to innovate energy systems in buildings, industry, transportation, and the power sector. While in the Senate, she played a key role in advancing the Green New Deal. Lindsey previously served as the acting Chief of Staff in the Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis at the Department of Energy, where she advised on international energy regulation and the power sector for the Quadrennial Energy Review. She has also been a fellow at Georgetown’s Institute for the Study of Diplomacy and worked on the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Climate Change Corporate Initiative. Lindsey holds a graduate degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and currently serves as a trustee of the Andrus Family Fund.