AIM Staff

Whytni Kernodle is an attorney, political strategist, and co-founder of Black Parents of Arlington and Arlington for Justice. She currently serves on Arlington’s Human Rights Commission, Civic Federation Task Force in Governance and Election Reform (TiGER), County Council of PTAs and Advisory Council on Teaching & Learning. She is also the primary host of a weekly Facebook Live chat regarding racial and social issues called, “Let’s Talk Tuesday’s” streamed on the Arlington for Justice Page. 

Director of Multimedia and Technology

For more than 30 years, Linda has partnered with numerous nonprofit organizations, public health agencies, government programs, and small to medium-sized businesses as a digital media specialist, project manager, and trainer. Her personal and professional endeavors are ignited by her passion for protecting the environment, human rights, ending homelessness, promoting education, and expanding access to health care.

In response to the challenges she sees in the world, Linda uses her technical skill in photography, video production, and event management to strategize and organize events, programs, campaigns, and solutions to advance progressive causes.

Linda has been an instructor for several public access organizations in the DC metro area. Her mission to amplify community voices aligns perfectly with AIM's vision for telling the stories of all Arlingtonians.