Linh McCool brings experience in communications, direct service, and consulting, which allows her to support clients in finding solutions that best fit their needs. Her background in nonprofit work and women’s empowerment issues includes highly effective writing and public speaking engagements, creative use of social media, and reporting on causes and organizations, especially relating to the impact of the pandemic.

Before joining The Munshine Group, Linh served as the Sexual Violence Prevention and Outreach Coordinator at 180 Turning Lives Around, a sexual and domestic violence agency headquartered in Monmouth County. She raised awareness about gender-based violence by implementing the Media Literacy curriculum at Raritan High School. Linh has shared her research on domestic violence and sexual assault, and in particular the fetishization of Asian women, at universities including Rutgers and the George Washington University, her alma mater. She continues to advocate for survivors, especially those of marginalized communities.

Linh received her Bachelor of Arts degree at the Elliott School of International Affairs at GW, where she majored in International Affairs with concentrations in both International Development and Contemporary Cultures and Societies.