The American Lung Association of the Mid-Atlantic hired Lindsey Lilly as a program specialist in the West Virginia office.
Lilly will work with Raze, the state's youth empowerment movement that focuses on tobacco prevention and advocacy. Members of Raze lead "commotions," peaceful demonstrations to draw attention to the dangers of tobacco use.
Lilly joins the ALA from The Arnold Agency where she worked as copywriter and creative services coordinator.
Lilly earned her bachelor's degrees in journalism-advertising and communication studies, as well as a master's degree in communication theory and research from West Virginia University.