About Linda

Linda is woven into the fabric of Vienna. She grew up in Vienna and was
a part of Vienna Youth Sports (VYI), Pigtail-Ponytail Softball and Girl
Scouts. She met her husband Mike at Madison High School where she went back to teach math. They raised their two daughters in Vienna and through her tutoring business, she has taught many Vienna kids. She has volunteered with a variety of groups and served on Town Boards, Commissions, and Council. Linda can be trusted to always do what is best for Vienna. 

 

Volunteer, Appointed, and Elected Positions

 

Town

 

Town Council, 2014-present

Transportation Safety Commission, 2012-2014

Vienna Rotary Member, 2014-present

Vienna Optimist Member, 2018-present

Movers and Shakers for Vienna Public Art, 2017-present

Jane Seeman Memorial Advisory Committee, 2014-2015

Historic Vienna, 2014-present

Vienna Business Association, 2014- present

Safe Routes to School, 2012-2014

Girl Scout Leader, 2006-2019

Vienna Presbyterian Church, 1968-present

Vienna Woods Tennis Team, 2011-present

Vienna Resident, 1968-1988, 2000-present
 

Region

 

Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Planning Coordination Advisory Committee, 2014-present

Greater Tysons Citizens Coalition, 2014-present

Hunter Milll Transportation, Vienna Representative, 2012-2014

Virginia Municipal League Transportation Committee, 2014-2016

Virginia Municipal League Finance Committee, 2016-2018

Virginia Municipal League Environmental Quality Committee, 2018-present

Salvation Army Fairfax Advisory Council, 2017-present

 

Schools

 

Cunningham Park PTA

Thoreau PTA

James Madison High School PTA and Boosters

James Madison High School Athletic Hall of Fame Board Member, 1995-present

 

Education and Professional

 

Louise Archer, Thoreau, Madison High School, 1971-1984

University of Virginia, BA Mathematics, 1988

Virginia Tech, MA Education, 1990

Math Teacher, Madison High School, 1990-1997

Math Tutor and SAT/ACT Teacher, 1997-present

 

Accomplishments on Council

 

Updating and Revising Commercial and Residential Code

Renovated the Vienna Community Center

Approved and Installed Mini Roundabout at Locust and Park Street

Approved Synchronization of Lights on Maple Avenue

Approved repairs to tennis and basketball courts and added lines for pickleball at Meadow Lane Park

Approved a Multi-Modal Traffic Study

Approved a Shared Mobility Device Pilot Program

Raised Funds and approved the installment of the “Taking Flight” sculpture at the Vienna Community Center

Approved Bike Parking on Church Street

Currently in Design Phase of a new Police Department Facility

Approved new sidewalks and crosswalks

Maintained Vienna’s AAA Bond Rating