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About The Executive Director


Linda D. Kimble joined Cleveland Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program (MOTTEP) as the Executive Director on October 10, 2011.

She currently holds a Masters of Education in Community Health Education. Linda has over twenty years’ experience working with community wide collaborations and change initiatives. She has coordinated and managed local educational and public health campaigns for non-profit organizations.

Linda serves on the Board of Directors for Community Shares of Greater Cleveland and is a member of the Minority Health Alliance. She was honored by Who’s Who in Black Cleveland in 2012 for her impactful work in the community.

Her deepest commitment is to improve the quality of life for minorities. Linda is excited about being associated with an organization designed to educate, empower and increase participation among minority communities.

She has been a registered organ, eye and tissue donor since 1987.

Linda D. Kimble, M.Ed., CHES

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