Lindsay E. Jones is the Chief Executive Officer of CAST, where she works with innovative educators and researchers across the globe to design education systems that are learner-centered, flexible, accessible, and rooted in Universal Design for Learning. Lindsay previously served as the President and CEO of the National Center for Learning Disabilities, a nonprofit advocacy organization that promotes innovation, research, and youth voice to improve the lives of those with learning disabilities and attention issues. She also served as the senior director for policy and advocacy at the Council for Exceptional Children where she led federal legislative advocacy and worked with dedicated educators from across the country. Lindsay began her career as an attorney, advising and representing schools and parents in special education matters. She was a partner with the law firm of Gust Rosenfeld in Phoenix, AZ, and is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the State Bar of Arizona. Lindsay is a sought-after education and disability policy expert. She currently sits on the National Advisory Committee of the Science of Learning and Development Alliance and is an Advisor to the Progress Center, a program that improves outcomes for students with disabilities, funded by OSEP and housed at the American Institutes of Research.