She was born in Montserado County unto the blessed union of Father Regina Doe and Mother Ciatta Doe. Her father who worked as Labor Commissioner at the Firestone Rubber Plantation, and later served as Labor Judge at the Ministry of Labor originally hailed from Sinoe County. Her mother, a strong and loving family-head hailed from the West region of Liberia, specifically Bomi County. Along with her family of seven siblings, Amb. Linda lived briefly in the Firestone area before later moving to her current residence located along the Barnesville Road, Town Hall Community.

Amb. Linda started her early education at the Noah’s Ark High School. Upon completion of grade six, she matriculated to Revelation Seventh Day Adventist High School where she stayed for the next three years before taking admission at the Konola Academy in Margibi County. She spent the remainder of her high school years at Konola Academy while enjoying her beautiful dormitory life. After high school, she sat the Stella Maris Polytechnic entrance exam and was successful. She was then granted unconditional admission and immediately embark on her journey as an undergraduate student in the  MonsignorJohn O’ge Agriculture College. Currently, Miss Linda holds an associate degree in General Agriculture and is on her way to acquiring a Bachelors’s Degree. She also holds a certificate in Introduction to Computer which gives her the ability to effectively operates in Microsoft office Suites Applications.

In 2010, Amb Linda contested in the Missed Konola Academy Pageantry Competition.  Despite the challenges due to lack of funding, she however emerged as the face of the Konola Academy. Under her reign as Queen of Konola, Miss. Linda revamped the Student Press Club and the Health Club by raising funds to support the activities of the clubs. A few years later in 2017, Amb Linda again contested the Miss. Stella Maris Polytechnic Beauty Pageant where she represented her department of Agriculture. Despite her outstanding performance, she felt victimized by maladjustments. However, that did not stop her from pursuing what she believes is her passion. On September 27, 2019, Amb Linda was announced Winner of the Miss Tourism Liberia National Pageantry Competition after a convincing and applauding exhibition. The event was held at the Paynesville City hall under the auspices of the Ministry of Information  Culture Affairs and Tourism. The judges and audience were extremely impressed by Linda’s performance that to this date, the result remains unchallenged and undisputed.  Thanks to the overwhelming support she received from family and friends.

In addition to Pageantry, Miss Linda continues volunteering in her community and supporting programs that empower youths and mitigate poverty. As part of her effort to end drugs and distance abuse among the youth, Amb Linda established the Regi Foundation – a nonprofit organization aim at rehabilitating young people who are victims of substance abuse. With assistance from family and friends, the organization hosts educational workshops and inspirational talks. Participants also benefit from basic donations. Over 60 young people, lives have been impacted through this initiative.

In 2011, Konola Academy awarded Amb  Linda the certificate of Most Eloquent Female Student. In 2016, she received a certificate of participation from the International Youth Conference organized by the International Youth Federation (IYF). The Ministry of Youth and Sport, in 2016 conferred unto Miss Linda a certificate of participation for attending the Youth Entrepreneurship Training. For unflinching support to the Regi Foundation, Miss Linda received a Certificate as Good Will Ambassador of the Destiny Recovery Program. On January 6, 2020, Amb Liberia arrived in Accra Ghana on a one Month visit and Intercultural Exchange Program with the Ghanian Tourism Authority. There, she met and interacted with Miss Tourism Ghana, Celestina Obang, First Process of Ghana Apuri Awedana, Franchise Holder, Mrs. Delphine Brew-Hammond. While in Ghana, Amb Linda presented a speech during the Ghana National Chocolate Day Event and she spoke on the topic of the Importance of Tourism in Africa.

Back in Liberia, she served as a guest speaker at an event celebrating the International Day of the African Child held in Banjor Brewville. She spoke eloquently on the struggle of a typical African Child using her story as an example and her inspiring successful journey as a motivation.  At the World Tourism day event held on September 27, 2020, Amb Linda served as the Tourism Ambassador where she showcased and narrated on the Arts and Culture of Liberia. Miss Linda was featured on the Billboard of the Lonestar Airline – the first post-war Airline and in the Sando Moore Images Magazine. She has appeared on several radio/TV talk shows including a live interview at the Monrovia City Cooperation TV. She also performed a TV promo for the first-ever Postwar Canoe Race competition in Liberia.

Amb Linda is a devoted Christian and member of the United Methodist Church. She is highly sociable and carries a positive outlook on life. The philosophy she holds strongly is in her belief that if you educate a girl, you educate a whole nation. Her favorite activities include traveling, reading, and networking with people from diverse backgrounds. As such, she is the current secretary of the Department of Agriculture at the Stella Maris Polytechnic, a member of James E. Marshall Young Adult Fellowship, and a Brand Ambassador of the John Gbeze Beach and Resort. She loves the combination of Agriculture and Tourism and sees the two as a window of opportunity for national growth and prosperity. Read More of our interview with Miss Tourism

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