Linda B. Strumpf
Linda Strumpf is the retired Chief Investment Officer of Helmsley Charitable Trust in New York, an organization that aspires to improve lives by supporting effective nonprofits in health and medical research, human services, education, and conservation.
A native of New Jersey, Mrs. Strumpf is a 1969 graduate of Penn State with a B.A. in Economics and a 1972 graduate of New York University Graduate School of Business with an M.B.A. in Finance. She is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.
She is actively involved in organizations and boards, serving as a member of Penn State's College of the Liberal Arts Development Council and the Penn State Investment Council. She also serves on the Board of Directors at MET Series Funds and on the Finance Investment Committee for the Alvin Arley Dance Foundation.
Her honors include Alumni Fellow in the College of the Liberal Arts in 1997 and the Distinguished Alumna Award in 1999, both from Penn State.
She was appointed in September 2003 to fill an unexpired term as a trustee and was elected by the Board of Trustees in 2005, and re-elected for succeeding terms, as a trustee representing business and industry endeavors.
The title of Trustee Emerita was conferred upon Ms. Strumpf on September 18, 2015.