Linda Lynch graduated from Michigan State University in 1979 with a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science. A computer programmer by training, she held programming positions at Consumers’ Energy and Burroughs Corporation before coming to KI Technology Group in 1986.

At KI Technology Group, Linda has handled most aspects of supporting and training clients and acquired an ownership interest in the company in 1990 and has been serving as President since 1992. She has also been instrumental in managing the company’s transition from a software company to a full service technology company, providing outsourced IT services to businesses and non-profits in the greater Lansing area.
Linda participates in a number of national industry organizations, including The ASCII Group and The Computing Technology Industry Association, where she currently sits on the Board of Directors. Participation in conferences and regional meetings held by these organizations and select vendors help Linda stay current on trends in the industry and best practices for technology companies.

Locally, Linda is a member of the Capital Area IT Council, and is on the Board of Directors for Capital Area United Way. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Lansing and the Founding Chapter of the National Association of Career Women, where she is the President.

Linda is the author of The Executive Guide to Trouble Free IT, which she wrote because she believes everyone should have enough knowledge to have an intelligent conversation with an IT provider. She has also written for Capital Area Women’s Lifestyle Magazine and Greater Lansing Business Monthly.

In her spare time, Linda enjoys bicycling, golfing, reading and playing electric bass in the worship band at her church. She also enjoys vacationing with her husband of 25 years, John. Together they have taken nearly 20 cruises and visited many exciting ports. They have lived in Dansville, Michigan for 22 years, where they enjoy country life and fresh eggs from their small flock of chickens.