Linda L. Brobeck is an artist, advocate, education champion, nonprofit strategist, and team builder. Her work with nonprofits and communities has spanned five decades, within arts organizations of many types, and within community and cultural institutions. She works with boards to address diversity, equity, and inclusion and is trained in intercultural competence. Linda also works with arts advocacy groups to develop and maintain effective relationships with various government officials and to lead others in advocating at the state level. She was appointed to the Perpich board by Governor Mark Dayton and reappointed for a second term by Governor Tim Walz.
Brobeck’s artwork has been collected and shown locally, nationally, and internationally. Her work is in the collections of several health organizations where it provides a calming presence for patients and staff alike. Linda has a rural studio, Crow River North, where she works in multiple mediums. She is a professional member artist at IAA/USA and proud to be part of an international body of artists exhibiting nationally and internationally. Linda holds a Master’s degree in Visual Art/Studio Art and believes in lifelong learning. For additional information, visit her website at: http://LindaBrobeck.com