Mental Health Counselor and Activist
Lindsey Rosa is a master’s level mental health counselor who has spent the last 10 years working with immigrants and refugees in the Grand Rapids community. She has extensive experience traveling to Latin America to investigate human rights issues and how U.S. foreign policy impacts the lives of our neighbors to the south. Most recently she traveled to Tijuana to meet with the caravan of migrants making their way north from Honduras.
Lindsey has been actively engaged in organizing activities that promote humane immigration reform, as well as meeting with legislators to advocate with them on this issue. She is the founder and director of the Center for Immigration Studies and Education, and committed to creating a more informed and welcoming community in West Michigan for immigrants.