Angie B. Lindsey is an assistant professor in the Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences working within the PIE Center. Angie received her Ph.D. from the Department of Agricultural Education and Communication at the University of Florida in May 2013.
Prior to her position, Angie was a post-doctoral associate with the PIE Center. More specifically she served as the community outreach and dissemination core manager for the Healthy Gulf, Healthy Communities project. This project, which is funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, is focused on helping communities become more resilient in the face of disasters. Her work with this project continues with her current research and outreach initiatives.
Before returning for her Ph.D., Angie served as the executive director with the North Florida Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Before joining Komen North Florida, Angie served as the marketing and communications manager at the Jacksonville Zoo and was responsible for all public relations efforts for the zoo.
Angie is a native of Columbia, SC., and received her undergraduate degree in corporate communications from the College of Charleston. She obtained her master’s, specializing in crisis communication, from the University of Florida. She currently lives in Jacksonville with her husband, Wade, and their three sons, Cooper, Greyson and Thad.
Angie conducts research and outreach initiatives around disaster preparedness and recovery in communities. Her research concentrates on
- Natural resource dependent communities
- Issues management
- Community resource organizations
- Collaboration efforts after a disaster