A lifelong resident of California, Ginny grew up in Los Angeles, graduated from SDSU with an accounting degree and has worked in public, private and non-profit accounting for over forty years. She graduated from CSUSM Leadership North County, earned the designation of certified director from UCLA, and has served as a director and treasurer of several community, national and nonprofit boards, including Encinitas Educational Foundation, National Charity League, WomenHeart and the League of Women Voters of North County San Diego.
Secretary and Chair, Communications and Development
Serial entrepreneur and Silicon Valley transplant Linda Holroyd is CEO and founder of FountainBlue LLC, a management consultancy which support innovation and leadership for a growing community of executives, investors and entrepreneurs. Linda recently earned her international board director certification, completed mediation training, and a SHRM-SCP (Society of Human Resource Management) Certificate. She has taught HR at San Jose State, mentors entrepreneurs at San Diego State, and serves on the board of directors for growing global technology companies.
Linda's first start-up was a web consultancy which designed and developed interactive web sites for corporate clients and start-ups. She has also served as a director for a technology-based venture fund and as a managing director for a technology incubator.
Linda leverages her management, communication and sales skills while serving as Secretary and Chair of Communications and Development for Pacific Coast Chorale. Linda began her career as an elementary school teacher and remains passionate about growing people and businesses. She feeds her soul through singing, reading, writing, gardening, hiking, playing games and socializing with friends. She is married to an XGoogler, mother to an entrepreneurial UCLA graduate studying to become a therapist.
Hospitality Chair and President Emeritus
Liz Lindenfeld has been involved with music and choral singing for most of her life. In addition to PCC, she has sung with such choirs as The New York Choral Society, The Vancouver Bach Choir, The San Diego Master Chorale, and The California Contemporary Chorale. She was assistant music director of Vox Nobili, a five-voice a cappella madrigal and caroling ensemble in San Diego. She has performed with The San Diego Gilbert and Sullivan Society and Euterpe Opera Company in Los Angeles. Liz holds a master's degree in Voice Performance from California Institute of the Arts and a bachelor's degree in English from Brandeis University. She was the Executive Director at Manhattan Reading Institute in NY, a remedial reading and math school for disabled adults who were referred by government agencies to improve their basic skills in preparation for advanced education or gainful employment. The mom of three daughters and grandma to a granddaughter and grandson, Liz served on PTA boards at her daughters' schools for many years, chaired the Governance Team at La Jolla High School, and was manager of two of her daughters' soccer teams. She also currently manages rentals for the condo in Maui she owns jointly with her husband, Michael. A native New Yorker, Liz has resided in San Diego since 1984.