Linda Fairchild's honors degree in Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University shaped her career and profoundly affected her thinking around the creative arts. Her ability to problem solve and manage complexity in dynamic, artistic business environments stems from this multi-disciplinary approach.
She has worked cross-industry, from developing a unique monochromatic design concept for her childrenswear company to the founding of an art gallery and intellectual salon. She gained notoriety as an agent in her vibrant and highly visible, high-demand location for emerging businesses and public events. Book launches, film screenings, musical performances, and art exhibitions became the pulse of the historic building located in the North Waterfront of San Francisco.
Currently, she is working with her Bay Area Artists and Collectors, and other passionate environmentalists, to stop further development on Wolfback Ridge above the Golden Gate Bridge and the headlands of Marin.
Raised in Canada in the Celtic province of Nova Scotia, Linda settled in California and now works between the West and East Coasts.