Linda Moran Graves moved to Park City 18 years ago from Chicago’s North Shore, bringing with her a host of experience in leadership, stewardship, collaborative communication, team development, community outreach, and fundraising. She has a passion for helping others and takes great satisfaction in working with a variety of individuals, organizations, and businesses.
Linda brings experience in uniting groups around a common goal. She studied social work as an undergraduate at Wittenberg University, and over the past three decades, has been active in community service. She has acted as a member of Rowland Hall’s Board of Trustees, lived in the oldest refugee camp in Africa’s Western Sahara desert, promoted health and fitness for women raising money for The Speedy Foundation, and volunteered at The Road Home.
Sports have also played a big role in Linda’s life. She was an owner/investor at the Athletic Republic headquartered here in Park City. In her role, she directed community relations, customer service, and volunteering, participated in community events, and more.