Rebecca Linder

Founder & CEO | Linder Global Events

Rebecca is a leader and an innovator. Her focus has always been on the goal of providing unmatched customer service. That, and her commitment to organizational and production excellence, has led Linder Global Events to the top of the event planning business, producing national and international events for many of the world’s largest and most prestigious non-profit institutions, corporations, government agencies, and membership associations.

Under her leadership, Linder has planned and executed high profile and complex events such as the opening of the Reynolds Center and the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and the Smithsonian NationalAir and Space Museum and NASA’s Apollo 50 Festival and Celebration on the National Mall.

In 2018, Rebecca was honored by the Washington Business Journal as a Woman Who Means Business. She also believes strongly in the importance of giving back and building up her community. She serves as Chairman of the board for Generation Hope and is a partner to many non-profits, including LearnServe, the Washington Area Women’s Foundation, and the 11th Street Bridge Project. Additionally, Rebecca is a member of Leadership of Greater Washington and Les Dames d’Escoffier