Linda Raudenbush

Linda Raudenbush has more than 35 years’ experience in training, organizational development, project management and leadership coaching in the private and public sectors. Raudenbush consults in the HRD/OD field and as an executive coach. She served for 20 years as an internal HRD/OD consultant and leadership coach at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in the national agricultural statistics service and completed her federal service at the end of 2011.

Raudenbush holds a B.A. in mathematics and secondary education from St. Joseph College, an M.S. in applied behavioral science from the Johns Hopkins University, an Ed.D. in human resources development from George Washington University, a certificate of professional development in leadership coaching from Georgetown University and an associate certification in project management from George Washington University.

Raudenbush is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, teaching an undergraduate management course and a graduate education course in adult learning. She wrote a chapter in the 1996 Sage publication, “The Adjunct Faculty Handbook”; published an article in the 2000 issue of “Human Resource Development Quarterly,” a journal published by Jossey-Bass; was coauthor of numerous articles in past professional annuals published by Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer; and wrote two chapters in the 2002 McGraw-Hill publication “Creative New Employee Orientation Programs,” as well as making contributions to other more recent publications.

Raudenbush has been a regular session presenter at professional conferences, including  the University System of Maryland Women’s Conference (12 years), International Field Directors and Technologies Conference (10 years) and other professional conferences.