Linden Barber brings more than 3 decades of experience in roles as an Army lawyer and combat veteran, Associate Chief Counsel for the Drug Enforcement Administration, and private sector attorney and healthcare executive, to his work of exploring societal issues such as crime and its causes and improving healthcare delivery for the underserved. He has a passion for developing policies and programs and improving societal structures to support human flourishing and the development of citizens who work for the common good.
Linden earned his law degree from Notre Dame Law School and his undergraduate degree from Tennessee Temple University. He was an adjunct professor of Ethics at Georgetown University, guest lecturer at multiple universities and at the Department of Justice National Advocacy Center. Linden is a recipient of the Bronze Star Medal.