Linda Helm Krapf has provided executive leadership of local, regional, and international nonprofit organizations for the past 30 years. A hallmark of her career has been the development of relevant, responsive, and resilient organizations as pulse points of thriving communities. In 1992, Linda founded and directed the Myhelan Cultural Arts Center. She directed the Consortium of Sustainable Energy Networks International, the Printmaking Center of New Jersey, and Trenton Children’s Chorus, and recently served as Interim Executive Director of the Philadelphia-based Community Learning Center, a large adult literacy organization. Linda also spent two years as a Consulting Program Officer for the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. In 2008, Linda wrote, directed, and produced an award-winning documentary film exposing grave environmental injustices against the Navajo on their reservation in Arizona and New Mexico.
Linda holds a BS in International Environmental Studies from Cook College at Rutgers University in New Brunswick and a Certification in Nonprofit Management from LaSalle University in Philadelphia. Besides directing Storytelling Arts, she also serves as a Consulting Associate for the Nonprofit Center in Philadelphia.