Lindsey Bird

Lindsey Bird

Lindsey Bird

Lindsey is a social justice champion and ally to immigrant students and families at the local, state, and national levels. An alumna of the Teach Plus California Fellowship, Lindsey advocated the state legislature for tenure reform, as well as successfully inserting explicit protections for newcomer students in the education code. She received the Maestra del Ano award from the Association of Mexican American Educators and the Amiga of the Year award from El Concilio, and was honored as a Carlston Family Foundation Outstanding Teacher of America. Lindsey earned a BA in social science from California State University Chico and an M.Ed. in literacy and digital learning from the University of San Diego.

Lindsey is a social justice champion and ally to immigrant students and families at the local, state, and national levels. An alumna of the Teach Plus California Fellowship, Lindsey advocated the state legislature for tenure reform, as well as successfully inserting explicit protections for newcomer students in the education code. She received the Maestra del Ano award from the Association of Mexican American Educators and the Amiga of the Year award from El Concilio, and was honored as a Carlston Family Foundation Outstanding Teacher of America. Lindsey earned a BA in social science from California State University Chico and an M.Ed. in literacy and digital learning from the University of San Diego.