Director, Strategic Alignment & Implementation, Healthy People & Thriving Communities program
Lindsay Robbins serves on the Strategy & Operation team for NRDC’s Healthy People & Thriving Communities program—advising on overall strategy for the program’s substantive work, facilitating cross-program and cross-institutional coordination and collaboration, and leading the coordination of the program’s building efficiency and decarbonization work. Robbins also serves as a senior lead on the Energy Efficiency for All project, a partnership among NRDC, the National Housing Trust, the Energy Foundation, and Elevate Energy that aims to increase energy efficiency in affordable housing. Robbins oversees the project’s implementation-related work including program design advocacy and financing initiatives. Prior to joining NRDC, she worked at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, where she ran multifamily energy efficiency initiatives as well as a sustainability planning and implementation program. Robbins has also led energy assistance programs for the state of Maryland and worked for New York University’s Planning & Design office. She holds a bachelor’s degree in film and television production and a master’s degree in urban planning, both from New York University. She works out of NRDC’s New York office.