Major Fellowship Activities: Lindborg learned Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) for creating and updating FAS’ web sites, and utilized it as a new way of publishing and a new method of activism. She updated the web page on Congressional floor debate on ballistic missile defense for 1997 and for 1996. She attended hearings on missile-related issues and then transferred the statements from those hearings to the web site. She wrote arguments against the instant implementation of the Joint Strike Fighter and F/A-18 E/F attack aircraft programs, and updated the “Stop the B-2 Bomber” homepage. She helped create an on-line space guide that includes an overview of image intelligence, signals intelligence, missile defense, and antisatelite activities of nations in Europe and Asia. The Federation of American Scientists was the first organization to put a comprehensive guide of the Corona military satellite photographs on-line. She transferred photographs of the Corona military satellite to the web site–scanning and enhancing the images so they could be more clearly seen by internet audiences. She helped to redesign and update on-line guides to the Monday Lobby Group and the Military Spending Working Group and attended their meetings.
Current Activities: Lindborg is a Policy Analyst with the Workforce Data Quality Campaign, which is affiliated with the National Skills Coalition. She was previously an Analyst and Program Manager at the British American Security Information Council, where she addressed transatlantic security issues, U.S. foreign policy and arms control in her work. She previously worked at the Overseas Development Council in Washington, DC