Linda is currently Chair and CEO of investment company Mountain Capital, LLC, and serves on a variety of corporate and non-profit boards, including the board of a private equity company. Linda has a wealth of international business and corporate governance experience, as well as a broad-based leadership and management expertise. She served as Chairman of the Board and CEO of TDL Infomedia Limited in the United Kingdom, before retiring. After completing a management buyout of the company, she started a variety of businesses, created European joint ventures, and served on a number of corporate boards across Europe. Under Linda’s leadership, a subsidiary company was recognized as one of the “Times Top 100 Companies in the UK,” received the “Investors in People Award,” and the pension company was recognized for “Trustee Excellence” as well as being named the “Best Small Pension Scheme in the UK.” Prior to moving to the UK, she held a number of senior management positions at US West, a global media and communications company.
Linda is involved in numerous philanthropic efforts. She currently serves as Chair on the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation Board of Trustees, Vice Chair of the University of North Dakota’s Center for Innovation Foundation, and serves on the Vail Health Board of Directors, the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation Board of Directors, and is President of her Family Foundation. Over the years, she has served on many non-profit boards ranging from the Vail Mountain School to the UND Alumni Association and Foundation Board of Directors, chairing the UND Foundation Board and co-chairing the North Dakota Spirit Campaign, a $324 million dollar capital campaign for UND.
Linda earned a BS in business administration from the University of North Dakota in 1976, graduating with honors, and received an honorary doctor of letters in 2014. She also attended the JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, completing their executive programs.