Linda Youngentob is an educator and an advocate for underserved youth in Montgomery County, MD. Her passion is to help her students get on a pathway that allows them to achieve financial independence, support their families and give back to the community.
Youngentob is a faculty member at the Montgomery College Macklin Business Institute, serves on the board of the Montgomery College Foundation and is the co-chair of the Montgomery College Capital Campaign. She is also a board member of CollegeTracks, a nonprofit organization that helps underserved youth apply to and succeed in college. Youngentob works directly with students to help them attend colleges that match their interest and skills, and has taught at-risk youth as a facilitator for Future Link in their self-advocacy seminars.
Youngentob serves on the board of Compass, a nonprofit that provides pro bono consulting to nonprofits in the D.C. region, and is a board member of the Tikkum Olam Foundation. She has also served on the executive board of Green Acres School. Additionally, she is a member of the Sharing Montgomery Committee at the Community Foundation of Montgomery County. Her past corporate work experience includes strategic planning, sales, marketing, telecommunications and information technology at TBS (now Oliver Wyman), American Management Systems, MCI and AT&T.
Youngentob is a graduate of the Leadership Montgomery Class of 1995. She earned her B.A. in systems analysis & design at Brown University and her MBA at the Harvard University Graduate School of Business.