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Lindsay Bosslet, MPH

Director, Communications, Marketing, and Creative

Lindsay Bosslet is the Director of Communications, Marketing, and Creative at PATH. She leads a cross-functional team of specialists in global events and engagement, media relations and social media, editorial, design, user experience, and content marketing. Her team is also responsible for managing reputational risk for PATH, governing the PATH brand, and overseeing internal communications and employee engagement across the organization.

Lindsay is a seasoned public health professional with more than a decade of experience in the field. Prior to joining PATH in 2019, Lindsay led digital communications in addition to serving as a public information officer at the Seattle and King County Health Department, one of the largest local health departments in the United States. In this role, she supported communications strategy and messaging for a broad range of health issues and crises, including outbreak and emergency response, violence and injury prevention, food safety, and chronic disease prevention.

Lindsay’s early career was spent in communications and creative agencies, serving a broad range of global, national, and local clients. She started in Ruder Finn’s Travel and Economic Development practice in New York, and she co-founded The Black Sheep Agency, a cause-driven marketing, brand strategy, and design agency based in Houston, Texas.

Lindsay earned a Master of Public Health from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Science in biomedical science from Texas A&M University. She is based in Washington, DC.