Linda Ettinger Lieberman has been a Hadassah member for 45 years. Her maternal grandmother, Gusssie Stempler Langer, from whom Linda inherited her love of Hadassah, gave her a Hadassah Life Membership legacy on her deathbed in 1980. Linda has held leadership roles, from the Elana Chapter of White Plains, NY to advisor of Renaissance and Scarsdale Chapters, and Westchester Region Board, where she has held many portfolios, ranging from President to Membership, Fundraising, Advocacy, HMO, Public Relations, and Webmistress. In addition, Linda served on the National Hadassah Curriculum Watch and other committees. The winner of the Henrietta Szold Award in honor of Westchester Hadassah's 40th anniversary, she is a two-time Hands of Healing and National Hadassah Leadership awardee. Linda is part of a four generation Hadassah family. She and her husband are both Founders and Keepers of the Gate. He is a Hadassah Associate. Linda and her daughter are Hadassah Life Members. The Lieberman family resides in White Plains, New York. Previously, Linda served as editorial coordinator, writer and editor for Moskowitz Jacobs, Inc., a market research firm, publishing books, presentations and articles in peer-reviewed academic journals worldwide. In addition, she has published in local and regional newspapers and the Jewish press. She holds a B.A. in English from the University of Bridgeport in addition to a M.Ed. in Curriculum Design and Development from the University of Virginia. In her spare time, Linda is currently studying Russian, Yiddish and other languages in furtherance of family genealogy.