McLane Middleton congratulates Linda S. Johnson on being named to the New Hampshire Women's Foundation's board of directors.
The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation invests in opportunity and equality for women and girls in New Hampshire. We advance our work through research, advocacy, education and grant making. We believe in equal and fair pay, quality healthcare and control over one's own health choices, access to affordable childcare and family-friendly workplaces, and an environment safe from domestic abuse and discrimination. We know when women and girls succeed, families and communities thrive.
Joining the board with Linda are Tonya M. Evans, Kyung Kim, and Rashida Eltag Mohamed. Each has a passion for the Foundation’s mission. “As New Hampshire Women’s Foundation continues its investment in women and girls in the Granite State through research, education, grantmaking and advocacy, we welcome the addition of these four outstanding new board members,” said Susan Martore-Baker, chair of New Hampshire Women’s Foundation’s board of directors. “Their experience and expertise in litigation, finance, nonprofit organizations and community advocacy will strengthen the Women’s Foundation’s ability to make a positive impact on the women and girls in New Hampshire.”
Linda is a director at the firm and has over 30 years of experience litigating cases in state and federal agencies and courts, and in representing the interests of management in all aspects of labor and employment law. In addition to serving as the firm's lead labor and employment lawyer, Linda served as the chair of the firm’s Employment Law and Education Law Groups for over 15 years. Linda continues to help lead the firm’s employment law services and to assist companies in New Hampshire and Massachusetts for all their employment law needs. Linda is currently Co-Chair of McLane’s Education Law Group and focuses her practice on understanding and serving the needs of independent and boarding schools.
Linda can be reached in the firm's Manchester office at (603) 628-1267 or [email protected].
For more information about the NH Women's Foundation, visit http://nhwomensfoundation.org/.