Now executive vice president and general counsel at PSEG, Linde joined the company’s law department as an attorney in 1990 handling a variety of natural gas and electric regulatory and transactional matters.
After holding several other legal positions there, she became general solicitor in 2000. In that position she was responsible for regulatory affairs including electric, gas and nuclear matters. She has experience working on regulatory matters before various state and federal agencies on industry issues relating to electric transmission and distribution and energy markets.
Linde also serves on the board of the PSEG Foundation and is a counsel member of the American Arbitration Association. In 2021 she became chair of the Community Foundation of New Jersey, which that same year granted more than $100 million in the Garden State and elsewhere.
Earlier in 2022, PSEG announced its “Powering Progress” initiative; a roadmap to achieve the company’s ESG goals. At the time, Linde said: “Powering Progress means much more than delivering safe, affordable and cleaner energy. It captures all that the company is doing, and will do, to meet the challenges and expectations of a changing world. Working together, we are Powering Progress.”