Linda Lo has been a resident of Bloomfield since 2011. She is a native New Yorker that moved with her family to Bloomfield in search of a wonderful community and green space. She currently has a 3rd grader at Brookdale Elementary School, where she has served as Class Liaison, promoting the love of reading by scheduling parent readers over the years. She also has a preschooler at the Foundations Prep School.

With more than 15 years in the education field, Linda Lo brings teaching experience, as well as offering expertise in school administration.  She has been serving the students of the New York City Department of Education since 2000. She began her teaching career, teaching Social Studies, ELA and Legal Studies at a Dual Language Middle School. She moved on to start an honors middle school program and worked her way to becoming an Assistant Principal. She is currently an Educator Administrator, providing instructional support for superintendents of four districts. In this position, she is building capacity through professional learning cycles with principals, teachers and paraprofessionals.

Linda Lo earned a Bachelor of Arts from Manhattan College located in New York and a Masters of Education in Childhood Education with a Bilingual Extension from the City University of New York at Hunter College and an Advanced Certificate in School Administration & Supervision from the City University of New York at City College.

Linda is looking forward to serving the community in which she and her husband will be raising their two boys. She would like to bring her expertise and experience into the Bloomfield Board of Education, in hopes of improving the World Language program in the elementary schools, strengthening the team work between parents and the school communities, and advocating for educating the entire child, both the academic and emotional intelligence of children.