Bio – Lyndia Hayden, MS , PMP


Lyndia Hayden is a native New Yorker, born and raised in Brooklyn.  Her background spans across the finance and healthcare industries.  She is a results-driven Project Management Professional who uses Information Technology solutions to resolve strategic business challenges.  She has extensive experience developing and leading high performance, cross-functional project teams to execute complex technology implementations and migrations in fast-paced, deadline-driven environments.

As a member of The Office for Diversity and Inclusion, Lyndia oversees and manages planning, implementation and daily administration of programs focusing on disparities and data analytics.  She develops strategies, and designs system-wide initiatives to enhance and support the at-risk patient populations. She collaborates and partners with senior management, department heads and research teams throughout the health system and as a liaison with the IT Division to develop integrated dashboards with the goal of delivering high-quality data.

Lyndia is the Black Women Leaders Connect Employee Resource Group Lead at Mount Sinai.

Lyndia earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management and Finance at Brooklyn College.  She obtained a Master of Science in Healthcare Informatics at Northwestern University.

Lyndia’s hobbies are playing tennis, reading, and listening to podcasts and TedTalks.  She is married for over 20 years and has two adult children.