Lindsay Amico

Youth Coordinator, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Lindsay Amico

Lindsay Amico is a youth coordinator and public health activist at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. She attended college at Northeastern University where she received her Bachelors in Environmental Studies and Political Science with a minor in Law and Public Policy. In Boston she acted as the Executive Director of an organization called Southie Trees, an environmental initiative in South Boston, created to maintain and protect the tree canopy in South Boston. She also worked at the EPA as the Outreach Coordinator for the Presidential Student Network of Boston. After graduation she moved back to Buffalo and started her career in environmental and social justice.
Lindsay has held a variety of roles on multiple boards in WNY including Secretary of the Western New York Environmental Alliance, Vice President and Co-Chair of the Clean Air Coalition of WNY, and board member of Community Power for Health and Justice. She is a Rising Leaders Graduate of Leadership Buffalo and a graduate of Women Elect, an organization that provides in-depth coaching and training for women who want to run for office. She is also a recipient of the Spotlight Professional Award for the Buffalo Niagara Partnership. Lindsay is a certified motivational life coach who assists women in releasing their fear based beliefs to achieve their true power. To learn more about her coaching you can check out Picture Perfect Mind on Facebook and Instagram.
She has worked at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center for the past four years as the Reality Check youth coordinator at Tobacco Free Erie Niagara, working with young people to expose the manipulative tactics of the tobacco industry to target youth. She assists and trains middle and high school students to become educated on the issue of tobacco and e-cigarette marketing and to then become activists in their communities. The tobacco industry believes that youth are a vulnerable population but her goal is to show them how wrong they are by empowering young people to speak out and take action. She hopes through her partnership with youth leaders they will one day create a nicotine-free generation.

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