Prior to real estate, Linda's career was quite diverse--office manager, bookkeeper, tailor, artist, wife and mother. Most critical was working with civil engineers and helping to build Alaska's cities and roads. As an Alaskan Homesteader She developed an early appreciation of the value of owning your own piece of ground and what a 160 acres, and its value can mean to people developing a new community. She is an involved community member, she has been privileged to be a Director on Connolly Square, Anchorage NeighborWorks, Director at the Alaska Chapter, Better Investing, she was inducted into the Athena Society 2001, Anchorage Chamber of Commerce, Director on the Alaska Women's Resource Center, Director on Soropimist International Cook Inlet, Director Alaska Association of REALTORS, President Anchorage of REALTORS, President Alaska Business and Professional Women and a founding member of Alaska Women's Coalition - Alaska Womens' Summit. As a lifelong Alaskan, a woman, who raised three young men alone, she has found great satisfaction and rewards in helping other women find a piece of the financial pie in choosing a parcel of real estate for their family members future.