Lincoln Mondy is the Director of Communications and Strategy at Advocates for Youth. Lincoln designs campaigns, visuals, partnerships, and strategies advancing young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights. Before Advocates, Lincoln was a Senior Account Executive at BerlinRosen, a public relations firm where he supported progressive organizations across various issue areas, including criminal justice reform, reproductive health, and racial justice.
Lincoln is the filmmaker behind Black Lives / Black Lungs, a short film documenting the decades-long campaign Big Tobacco wielded to transform menthol into a “Black cigarette.” The film received media attention from The Daily Show, CBS, NPR, AJ+, and other media outlets under his direction. A native Texan, he graduated from The George Washington University and serves on the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington (PPMW).