Lindsey Ingraham
Lindsey IngrahamSecretary

Lindsey assists in the administration of all of Major League Baseball’s drug prevention and treatment programs, including program updates, testing, results management, and disciplinary measures.  She works closely with the labs and collectors to manage all aspects of the testing and results reporting processes.

Additionally, in this role, Lindsey plays a key part in the development and delivery of various educational initiatives.  Every year she delivers educational programing to Minor League players during Spring Training, to newly drafted players upon signing, and to Top Prospects during the Arizona Fall League.  In 2018 Lindsey was also involved in the piloting of a new educational program in partnership with Leeds Beckett University.  Recently, Lindsey oversaw the complete restructuring of MLB’s online education program for Minor League players and staff members.

 Lindsey was hired by the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball as Specialist, MLB Drug, Health and Safety Programs in January 2015.  Lindsey graduated from Cornell University in 2005 and The George Washington University Law School in 2010.