Linda Taylor is a retired teacher who is anything but retired. When she moved to Ojai, she began teaching at Ventura College. She developed a drug abuse education and prevention program for elementary and junior high school students at the Center for Drug Problems, Ventura County Mental Health Services. In the fall of 1985, she began teaching at Nordhoff High School.
Since her retirement, she has served as a Volunteer at HELP of Ojai, Master Gardeners of Ventura County, worked tirelessly for Rotary Ojai West, and is active as an Advisor for Nordhoff's Interact Club and Sailing Club. She is a member of Ojai Studio Artists, Ojai Trees, and is a volunteer at the Ventura County Fair.
Honors and duties include Nordhoff High School Teacher of the Year, Help of Ojai Volunteer of the Year, Governing Board of Ojai Unified School District and establishment of the Spotted Dog Studio, an open access printmaking studio for artists.
Linda, you are truly treasured.