Adrienne Lindgren

Service Area Manager, Urban Aviation Innovation, WSP USA

Adrienne Lindgren is an urban aviation innovation consultant for WSP USA, a leading engineering and professional services firm. She helps public- and private-sector clients address questions and find solutions related to aerial mobility technology and is actively engaged in research and development that advances the state of the practice. Before joining WSP, Lindgren was the manager of economic and business policy in the office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, where she represented the city's interests in the drone, aerospace and manufacturing industries at a local and national level. In her capacity at Mayor Garcetti’s office, she served on the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Drone Advisory Committee Subcommittee (DACSC) and NASA’s Strategic Advisory Group (run by Booz Allen Hamilton). Before joining WSP, Lindgren led the City of Los Angeles’ multi-agency UAS IPP proposal, which included the Port of Los Angeles, LAX, Van Nuys Airport, and the Los Angeles Fire Department. Ms. Lindgren received a Bachelor’s in Politics and International Relations from Scripps College, and a Master of Planning from the University of Southern California. Most recently, she participated in an executive program at London Business School in Project and Infrastructure Finance.

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