Director of Healthy Aging at the New York Academy of Medicine
Lindsay Goldman directs The New York Academy of Medicine’s work in healthy aging. She draws on 16 years of experience in program development and administration, direct service, philanthropy, and social policy. Specializing in public-private partnerships to create age-inclusive environments, Lindsay oversees a portfolio that includes Age-friendly NYC; Health & Age Across All Policies NYS; and IMAGE: The Interactive Map of Aging. As the Academy’s aging expert and liaison to the World Health Organization, Lindsay has testified before Congress and has presented at The Atlantic’s forum, The New Old Age, the International Federation on Ageing’s Global Conference on Ageing, the World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, and the Global Conference of the Alliance for Healthy Cities.
Prior to her time at the Academy, Lindsay was responsible for strategic planning and allocations to support older adults in New York and Israel at UJA-Federation of New York and directed the Health Enhancement Partnership at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House. Recent publications include “A Demographic Success Story” in The Handbook of Geriatric Assessment (5th Ed.); “Age-friendly New York City: A Case Study,” in Age-friendly Cities and Communities in International Comparison. She holds a BA from Wesleyan University and an MSW from NYU.