The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee advances human rights through grassroots collaborations.
Senior Partnership Officer for Migrant Justice
Lindsey comes to UUSC after more than eight years working in migration and human rights in Mexico. Her previous initiatives include developing education capacity-building workshops for human rights defenders around the country, accompaniment work with Central American migrants in transit, serving as a guest lecturer on language justice, and creating a multilingual justice workshop series with Indigenous community interpreters.
Lindsey did her undergraduate work in Political Science and International Relations at the University of Nebraska, holds a graduate degree in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts, and a Certificate in Migration and Governance from the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas in Mexico City.
She currently lives in Boston, spending as much quality time with her bike and other people’s pets as possible.
lhoemann @ uusc.org
Posts by Lindsey
November 25, 2021 Devoted to Democracy: Ensuring Integrity in Honduras’ Elections (Part 1 of 2)
June 4, 2021 No más Acuerdos de Tercer País (In)seguro
No More Un-Safe Third Country Agreements
April 15, 2021 “La luz de la esperanza”: una reflexión de FM4 Paso Libre, socio de la UUSC, un año después del confinamiento de COVID-19 (Parte 2)
“The Light of Hope”: A Reflection from UUSC Partner FM4 Paso Libre 1 Year After the COVID-19 Lockdown (Part 2)