Professional Experience

Linda started her professional career as a tax accountant with KPMG in Tampa, Florida. She later practiced law with Baker & Hostetler, a global law firm, in their Orlando, Florida office, specializing in tax law. Her academic experience began as a visiting associate professor in accounting at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. After receiving her Ph.D. in accounting, Linda was an assistant professor at the University of Colorado in Denver, Colorado. She taught undergraduate accounting classes, MBA accounting classes, and many tax classes, including Individual Taxation, Tax Research, and Taxation of Entities.

Since 2002, Linda has been specializing in 1031 exchanges with 1031 Solutions. Her background makes her extremely qualified to educate clients about the exchange rules.

Community Involvement and Hobbies

Working with local organizations is a big part of what connects Linda with her community. She has served on many boards of directors, including Rainbow Preschool, Boulder Swim Team, and the Greenwood Commons Homeowners Association. Her love of tennis has lead her to work with the Boulder Tennis Association, where she coordinated league entries and captained numerous league teams. For five years, Linda was the tournament director for the annual Austin Scott Memorial Tennis Tournament, a USTA-sanctioned tournament with over 300 competitors.

Education