Linda is a lifelong resident of Burlington County. She received her Associate’s Degree from Burlington County College in Criminal Justice and then went on to receive her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Rutgers University in Camden. She attended Widener Law School in Delaware where she earned her Juris Doctorate. Linda has been practicing law for twenty (20) years and has focused her career on advocating for women and children in the Burlington County Court system. She is a partner at Domers, Bonamassa and Hynes located in Marlton. Linda also had the distinct honor of being appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to the Ethics Committee in Burlington County where she investigated and prosecuted allegations of attorney misconduct for eight (8) years.
Linda has a passion for public service serving five (5) years on the Board of Education in her hometown of Westampton. She was next elected to the Westampton Township Committee in 2017 and served two (2) years as Deputy Mayor. Most recently, Linda was elected as Burlington County Freeholder in November 2019 and is anxious to serve the community on an even grander scale.
Linda has been married to her husband, Alan, for nineteen (19) years and they have two (2) children: Madeline, age 18 and Michael, age 11. In her free time, she is an avid runner having completed three (3) full marathons.