Brooke is the assistant principal for FCPS and has served as a co-principal for the middle school summer school for two years. Additionally, she is an adjunct professor for McDaniel College. As a reading specialist and administrator, Brooke says she “found a passion for working with the whole family unit.” She has worked in elementary and middle school, city and suburban environments, and with various teams.
Brooke was born and raised in Frederick County, and her job allows her to give back to the students of FCPS. She is also involved with Planting for Hope, Damascus Road Community Church, Convoy of Hope, Citizens Nursing Home, Wags for Hope, Hands on Frederick, Youth Action Corp, and Light the Night with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Brooke is also a talented photographer and generously shared her talent by documenting the 2016 LFC Class experience.
Leadership Style: Encouraging
Song that best describes her: Brave (Sara Bareilles)
Linda Gossweiler is a registered nurse who worked in critical care and urgent care until 2007. She is currently the Outpatient Operations Coordinator at Frederick Memorial Healthcare. She has been in the Ambulatory arena since 2007, and does project oversight on all ambulatory capitol construction, facilities oversight, as well as lease management and community outreach.
Linda has been involved with may outreach events for population health education, blood screening, blood pressure screenings, and educational events. She is also active in her church, and volunteers at the soup kitchen and with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Leadership Style: Collaborative
Song that best describes her: Unwritten (Natasha Bedingfield)
As the Director of Operations at Roy Rogers, Greg oversees the 49 company and franchised restaurants across six states. He also coordinates the marketing and procurement departments. He has been in management for more than 30 years and enjoys working in the hospitality industry.
Though newer to the Frederick area, Greg has coached sports for 20 years and volunteered with Hope Alive and the Special Olympics.
Leadership Style: Situational
Song that best describes him: Born to Run (Bruce Springsteen)
Jamie is the Director of Nursing Professional Development and Nursing Quality at Frederick Regional Health System and has been a nurse for 19 years. It is her responsibility to direct the planning and operations of five areas within the Patient Care Division including: Patient Care, Professional Development, Vascular Access Services, Clinical Education Center, Shared Governance, and the Nurse Residency Program. She is also the executive sponsor for several house-wide councils.
Jamie has volunteered with Special Olympics Maryland, Hurwitz/FMH Pink Ribbon Run, the FMH Annual Breast Cancer Symposium, and For His Glory – Run to Feed Haiti. She also serves on the Frederick County Workforce Development Board.
Leadership Style: Transformational
Song that best describes her: Flight of the Bumblebee