Linda hosts monthly Community Chats for Penfield residents at varying locations around town, to allow residents an opportunity to discuss ideas, interests, or concerns.
Linda has served on, and led numerous committees, notably chairing the Town Bicentennial Committee in 2010. She was a member of the original Open Space Committee in 2001 and was selected to chair the Town Open Space Update Committee in 2005.
She currently is the chair for the Town Board Community Services Committee and is town liaison to the following boards and committees: Penfield Library Board, Local History Room Advisory Board, Friends of the Dayton's Corners Schoolhouse, Penfield Symphony Orchestra, and the co-liaison to Penfield & Webster School District.
Linda is a lifelong resident of Penfield and a graduate of Penfield High School. Her education includes a Master's degree in Public Administration from SUNY-Albany and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from SUNY Fredonia.
Linda resides on Highledge Drive with her husband Ken and three dogs. Linda and Ken have two grown daughters, Kristina and Rebecca.