Linda was raised in Upstate New York, gaining an early appreciation for the great outdoors and deep snowstorms.
Linda served as Chief of the Department of Ultrasound at George Washington University Hospital in Washington D.C., while participating in early research on AIDS, Prostate Cancer, Infertility and CVS procedures. The 500 bed hospital provided an excellent opportunity to teach residents and to advance her studies. She earned both her BS and MHA degrees at The George Washington University.
Upon completing her MHA she founded and ran Sonographic Services Inc. for the next 18 years. SSI provided temporary medical staffing to hospitals and offices around the country. By combining her medical expertise and business background she was able to develop a successful company providing a much needed service to the medical community.
Linda moved with her husband and four children to the Bay area of California in 1991. Even with busy schedules, they spent many a weekend driving to Lake Tahoe to ski or hike, depending on the season. In 2003, they were able to leave California and fulfill their dream of moving to the open spaces and beautiful mountains of Jackson. They continue to spend the shoulder seasons in CA, close to their children, grandson, and her lavender farm.
Linda continues to enjoy skiing, hiking and road biking.
Linda has served as a Director of St. John’s Hospital Foundation since 2015. She also serves as a Council member to the Jackson Hole Land Trust.