State Representative Linda Dean Campbell is serving in her fifth term in the House of Representatives.
She is currently serving as the Vice Chair of the Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security
She also serves on the Committees on:
Ways and Means
Economic Development and Emerging Technologies
Prior to this session, Linda has served as the Vice Chair of Veterans and Federal Affairs committee and on the Revenue and Energy and Environmental Affairs Committees.
She attended the University of Massachusetts, Amherst receiving a BA in History –Honors. She obtained a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from the University of Southern California, courtesy of the U.S. Army.
Linda served as the first women ROTC Commander from the University of Massachusetts ROTC program and served as an Army Officer for six years in Germany and two years as a paratrooper and Intelligence Officer for 18th Airborne Corps, in charge of a unit that provided daily and hourly intelligence to the Commander of the US Rapid Deployment Force.
Linda enjoys reading about history and international affairs, and loves all sports and outdoor activities. In addition to playing several high school sports, she was one of the first women to play ice hockey on a Merrimack Valley team. She has traveled extensively world-wide - and a current goal is to ski out-west as soon as possible.
Linda and Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, and Gulf War Veteran, Donald Edmond Campbell are celebrating their 32nd year of marriage and are the proud parents of two young adults: Marie and Zachary. They also provide too much TLC to their yellow and black labs.