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Linda Frederick, B.A.

Linda Frederick, B.A., is the parent of two sons, the youngest of whom was born with Down Syndrome in 1982. Since then, Linda has worked extensively with collaborative systems change teams at local, state, and national levels. Her experiences include parent-to-parent support, advocacy for people with disabilities, and teaching and training in the fields of health care, case management, inclusive education, and legislation. Organizations she has worked with include the Mile High Down Syndrome Association, Coloradoans for Family Support, Governor’s Council on Restructuring State Government, the Denver Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Denver, and the Division for Early Childhood’s board of directors. Frederick has worked as a professional research assistant with national early childhood efforts at the University of Colorado Health Science Center: Western Region Faculty Institute for Training, and the University of Colorado at Denver: Collaborative Planning Project for Comprehensive Early Childhood Systems, and the Division for Early Childhood’s Recommended Practices Bridging the Gap project. She received her B.A. in Russian Area Studies, Liberal Arts from Colorado College.