Lindsey Andersen

Lindsey works with tech companies to effectively incorporate business and human rights practices and engage in multi-stakeholder collaboration. She specializes in the intersection of technology, human rights, and international relations, with an emphasis on the implications of artificial intelligence (AI).

Prior to joining BSR, Lindsey worked with digital rights organization Access Now to drive the conversation on the human rights implications of AI. As part of this, she wrote the foundational report Human Rights in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. Before Access Now, Lindsey worked at Internews, coordinating and implementing a large portfolio of internet freedom projects across Latin America, which focused on equipping journalists and human rights defenders with digital security skills and defending the free and open internet. She has also spent time conducting research on transitional justice in Brazil as a Fulbright Fellow and working on human rights programming in Latin America at Freedom House. Lindsey is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.

Lindsey holds a Master’s in Public and International Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University and a B.A. in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.