Lindsay Parsons, BKin


Lindsay Parsons is a dedicated patient advocate who brings her lived experience as an LDS Family Member and her passion for change in the Heritable Aortic Disorder ecosystem to her role as Project Coordinator at the Loeys-Dietz Syndrome Foundation Canada (LDSFC). Since graduating from Western University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree and honours specialization in Kinesiology, Lindsay has completed additional courses in Public Health and Executive Coaching. She is also working towards a certificate in Non-Profit Management at Western University. From 2011 – 2017, Lindsay worked in Physiotherapy and Exercise Science. In 2015, she began volunteering with the Loeys-Dietz Syndrome Foundation Canada to create the Foundation’s LDS research database, the Global Research Inventory Program. Lindsay has contributed significantly to the development of many of the Foundation’s current programs, including the unique Planned Giving Donation model. Currently, Lindsay’s primary responsibilities with LDSFC are developing and managing Patient Support and Research programs.