Lindz Kirkman

Linz is a registered travel nurse licensed in numerous states and internationally. She has practiced in multiple nursing specialties including emergency, medical-surgical intensive care, neurological intensive care and interventional radiology. Due to her wide range of nursing skills and experience she has become a well-known advocate for nurses and patients nationwide. Lindsay has been directly involved with lobbying legislators in Washington, DC regarding nurse-patient ratios. 

Linz lobbying in Washington DC for safe nurse patient ratios

Linz lobbying in Washington DC for safe nurse patient ratios

 

Open and out about her own sexuality; Linz has long been an advocate for LGBTQ equality, youth and adolescent fact based sex education and has an all inclusive mindset when it comes to  human sexuality. In 2010, Linz made the newspaper in Southport NC after politely disrupting a public event where she found children holding anti-LGBTQ signs, some as young as six. She has interviewed many people on the topic of equality, but the highlight was her interview with activist/author, Henry Rollins.

Linz Kirkman / Henry Rollins  

Linz Kirkman / Henry Rollins  

She had her first public speaking event in 2010 and later shared the stage in a scripted comedy with the famous author, David Fitzgerald in Springfield, MO. 

Linz currently resides in Los Angeles and Northern California and can be found on some of the state's most beautiful hiking trails, or in Hollywood looking for an unusual story. Recently, one could have found her in some of the most dangerous cities in the country; Compton, South Central, and the area the LA tourism board would rather keep on the hush, Skid Row. 

Linz & Joey Lee / Hodari Sababu

Linz & Joey Lee / Hodari Sababu

Lindsay, along with husband Joey Lee, recently interviewed ex-gang member, Hodari Sababu. Stepfather to gangster rapper, The Game. Hodari was a well-known drug dealer in Compton during the crack epidemic of the 1980s. He admits to being "part of the problem" back then and even reminisces on his acquisitions during the Rodney King LA riots. He spent ten years in prison and is now a different kind of entrepreneur in Hollywood. He stars in a movie due out 2017, but the details were kept secret. 

 

An American badass and one of the most pleasant humans on earth, Linz Kirkman, has a loyal fanbase and doesn't plan on slowing anytime soon.