Director – Policy Surveillance Program
Lindsay Cloud is the director of the Policy Surveillance Program. Ms. Cloud is responsible for the creation and management of internal and external legal datasets using the Workbench content management system. She has worked on cross-sectional and longitudinal datasets related to unemployment compensation, earned income tax credit, child restraint systems, distracted driving laws, medical marijuana patient related laws, drug overdose and anti-bullying laws.
Before coming to the Center, Ms. Cloud served as a fellow for the Honorable Jacquelyn Frazier-Lyde of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania. Ms. Cloud graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania in 2009 with a BA degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Political Science. Ms. Cloud graduated from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware in 2012 with a JD degree, where she was recognized with Pro-Bono Distinction. During law school, she was sworn in to practice law on a limited basis as a certified legal intern of the Delaware Civil Clinic, in association with Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, to provide free legal services to impoverished clients seeking Protection from Abuse Orders, custody and visitation, wills, power of attorney, and advanced healthcare directives.
Ms. Cloud is admitted to practice law in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.