Linda Freeman

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Linda Freeman began her career as an environmental engineer with the U.S. Department of Energy in 1986, after completing an M.S. in Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan. Linda received an Executive Certificate in Juvenile Justice Reform and Child Welfare, Georgetown University Public Policy Institute, Georgetown University in January 2011.

Since 1999, Linda has been the Executive Director of the Peacemaker Family Center (PFC) at Trinity Church in Miami Gardens, Florida. Under her direction, PFC has been awarded and has successfully managed over $38 million in federal, state, and local social service funding.

In December 2014, Peacemakers Family Center was awarded the “Champions of Service” Award by Florida Governor Rick Scott and Volunteer Florida (AmeriCorps). Linda serves as a Board Member of MAP International and His House Children’s Home.

Linda has been married to her husband, David, for 31 years. They enjoy life in South Florida with their family.

“Take time to nurture your emotional power and to cultivate your physical power. Build your faith in Jesus and experience his power.”

~ Linda Freeman

About Linda Freeman

About Linda Freeman
In 2012, Linda Freeman published her first book out of her personal struggles and victories, while juggling her roles as an environmental engineer, wife, mom, pastor, humanitarian, mentor, community organizer, child advocate, and program developer. Since September 2013, she has been involved in a missions project in Cambodia, which has inspired her and opened many new doors of opportunity. Her second book is also now available.
About Linda Freeman