Linda earned her B.A. in Dance from Bard College and throughout the years studied at the Cunningham School. She also has studied Hawkins, Limone, ballet, tap and jazz. She founded the Moving Company Modern Dance Center in Warwick, NY in 1996. She has performed with Spoke the Hub Dancing at Lincoln Center, Toby Armor and the Dinosaur Dance Co., and Aileen Passloff. Her performance company, Menschwerks, has performed throughout the New York City metropolitan area, Boston and the UK. In addition to working at the Center for Modern Dance Education for over thirty years and founding the Douglas Street Dance Festival (now known as Brooklyn Arts Exchange Teen Arts Conference), she has worked with Jaque D’amboise and has taught at Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Berkley Carroll and Gowanus Arts Exchange, Nature Place, and many public and private schools throughout the tri-state area. Linda has created site specific choregraphy in Central Park, One Penn Plaza, galleries, store fronts, and stairways throughout the country and in London. She has run classes in theater programs teaching movement to actors and has been commissioned to choreograph for several theater companies. She now also teaches for the Road Recovery program offering dance classes to at risk children in residential treatment centers.