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Lindsay Hixson

Statistician, Racial Statistics Branch,
Population Division

Lindsay Hixson is a statistician with the Racial Statistics Branch in the Population Division. She reviews and analyzes race and ethnic data, with a primary focus on the 2010 Census. Hixson has co-authored two 2010 Census briefs, one on the Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population and one on the White population.

Before joining the Census Bureau in 2008, Hixson taught sociology courses and was the Assistant director of Capitalize on Community, a service learning HIV prevention project at the University at Albany-SUNY.

Hixson received a bachelor's degree in applied cultural studies from Northern Kentucky University, a master's degree in sociology from Portland State University and a doctorate degree in sociology from University at Albany-SUNY.


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