Linda Sperling is an award-winning marketing professional, community leader, life-long Fairfax County resident, product of Fairfax County Public Schools and, most importantly, the working mom of two young boys.
Linda has spent the past twenty years helping world-class organizations exceed their business goals via increased visibility, name recognition and market share. She has been responsible for managing teams and budgets, maintaining client relationships, supporting new business development, and been closely involved with multiple mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.
This extensive experience has provided Linda with the business acumen necessary for effective volunteer leadership and will help her successfully solve the tough challenges Fairfax County may face.
A well-respected leader in her community, Linda's involvement includes:
At-Large Commissioner, Fairfax County Transportation Advisory Commission
Member, Little Rocky Run Board of Trustees
Ambassador, The Greater D.C. Diaper Bank
Member, 10th Congressional District Democratic Committee
Former Chair, Little Rocky Run Community Activities Committee
Former Treasurer, MOMS Club of Clifton
Linda is a former college professor at her alma mater, George Mason University, as well as Northern Virginia Community College, and the University of Phoenix. She has also guest lectured at Georgetown University and the University of Maryland. In addition to a B.A. from George Mason University, Linda has an M.A. in Public Communication from American University. She is also a graduate of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership's Campaign Training Program.
Linda and her husband Mike (another Fairfax County native) are members of the “sandwich generation”: they live with their two young sons Brady (5) and Ryan (1) and Linda's mom in the Little Rocky Run neighborhood of Clifton.