Linda Kurtz, known as Linda Kurtz Hallenborg during her years in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., has been an activist in political and feminist issues as well as an educator in the field of women's studies, lobbyist, administrator, and consultant.
She was educated at Brandeis University (B.A., 1969) and the University of Pittsburgh (M.A., 1973; A.B.D., 1977). She has been a lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh and at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Non-Violent Social Change; founder and chair of the Georgia Women's Political Caucus; an officer of ERA Georgia; a lobbyist for the Georgia Women's Political Caucus and ERA Georgia; vice chair and member of the board of directors for the National Women's Political Caucus; director of governmental affairs for Planned Parenthood of the Atlanta Area; president of her own consulting firm specializing in communication and cultural change; and a political strategist and campaign consultant. She has received recognition and awards for leadership and community service.
From the description of Linda Kurtz Hallenborg Papers, 1980-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 173863115