M.S. in Arts Administration - Drexel University
M.Mus. Ed - University of Portland
B.M. - University of Maryland Baltimore County
Prior to joining ULS in late 2019, Linda was director of marketing and communications at the Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University. There, she oversaw marketing efforts for 500 annual events and secured promotional media placements: National Public Radio, WHYY, Good Morning America, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Variety Magazine, and Billboard Magazine, to name a few. She created BCM&D Records and served as assistant producer, garnering 5 Grammy nominations. Prior to that position, she was executive director of the non-profit arts education organization, Young Audiences/Arts for Learning Eastern Pennsylvania, which served 70,000 K-12 students in the five county region through artist residencies and arts-based programs.
Recent publications include "United through music during the pandemic" in The Living Lutheran (read/listen). She authored the book, The College Roommate from Hell and has published articles on local history, arts advocacy and non-profit leadership. She was interviewed by the Boston Globe in May 2020 as a follow up to her book in light of the pandemic. She is also editor of UNITED Magazine.
At ULS, Linda is a member of the President's Cabinet and the Emergency Planning and Operations Task Force at ULS. She serves on the board of Roxborough Home for Women, providing personal care living for women with financial need. She is a former board member of the Roxborough YMCA and the Adoption Center.
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