About Linda Klinger
Linda’s writing and management expertise is enhanced by her interview skills and her ability to translate complex topics for non-technical audiences. An accomplished editor, she also transforms documents to make them more compelling, readable, and marketable.
She has received dozens of writing awards from institutions such as the Addys, Washington and New York Art Directors Clubs, and Broadcast Designers Association.
Linda’s clients include Booz Allen Hamilton, where she wrote Web stories and intranet copy for eight years. She edited an online open data toolkit for The World Bank, and event promotions for the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. She wrote articles for MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital’s intranet and social media sites, and hundreds of marketing brochures for organizations such as the U.S. Air Force, Supon Creative, and U.S. Postal Service.
For the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development, Linda edited statistical software tutorials and created an editorial style guide. She was a freelance reporter with the Washington Business Journal for three years. She also taught writing and business seminars for the Smithsonian, Writer’s Center, George Washington University, and NOVA Community College.
In addition, Linda collaborates with designers and other creatives to produce full-service communications and marketing solutions.
Before starting her business, Linda was employed by organizations such as Comarco, Inc., where she wrote classified training documentation for USS Trident personnel, and National Captioning Institute, where she edited real-time television captions on a part-time basis for seven years.
Linda served on the Commission on Employment for the City of Alexandria. She holds a B.A. degree in writing and philosophy from Lake Forest College in Illinois.