MBA Finance and Economics
- Author of three books, and his many media appearances include a feature story on CNBC, USA Today, the Washington Post
- Adjunct faculty member at the Federal Executive Institute
- Served on the board of the Association of Psychological Type International
With proven personal effectiveness, leadership development, and team building programs and services that help people be themselves with more skill, Ray Linder has worked with over 10,000 individuals across a range of both large and small companies, government and municipal agencies, non-profits and the military.
Ray’s work is internationally recognized and he has conducted hundreds of workshops for clients that include Fortune 100 companies, the U.S. Army and Air Force, government agencies such as the Office of Personnel Management and the Department of Health and Human Services, the District of Columbia, and major universities.
Ray has a B.A. in Economics and an MBA in Finance and Economics from Binghamton University. He is the author of three books, and his many media appearances include a feature story on CNBC, USA Today, the Washington Post, the Boston Herald, Leadership, and The Bulletin of Psychological Type. Ray is associated with several world-class organizational and leadership development firms, is an adjunct faculty member at the Federal Executive Institute, and served on the board of the Association of Psychological Type International.
Prior to his current work, Ray’s business experience includes corporate and investment finance, fundraising and development, and private school administration. Ray, his wife Christine, and children Diandra and Cassandra, live in Sterling, Virginia.