Senior Soil and Water Scientist
Linda has over 20 years of experience in agricultural and environmental consulting and research. Her project experience includes the acquisition of Safe Drinking Water Act compliance monitoring data from state agencies and USEPA regional offices, data review and analysis, database management, and participation in small-scale prospective and retrospective ground-water studies under the USEPA Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) Good Laboratory Practice Standards (GLP). As a project scientist for the ground-water studies, Linda has contributed to study site selection, database management of the study monitoring data, data analysis, and report preparation for submittal to state and federal regulatory agencies. Past experience also includes researching and writing reports and coordinating workshops on natural resource management and land-use planning. Based on her knowledge of the FIFRA GLPs, Linda has also taken on the role of managing Waterborne’s GLP program and serving as primary archivist.
Linda and her husband live in a community west of Washington, D.C. where they raised their two children, both now attending Virginia universities. She’s very involved in the community where she lives, and enjoys family getaways, hiking and biking with her husband and two children while they explore national and state parks.