A former space-planner, designer and actor, Linden has been working in the nonprofit sector professionally since 1995. She began her career as a volunteer and board president then transitioned into paid positions with national health organizations. She believes her work with nonprofits helps volunteers realize their dreams of a more compassionate world. She is a student of Ernest Holmes and Science of Mind, and when not working she enjoys performing Polynesian dance, hiking coastal trails with her husband, and attending local theater and dance productions.
Toni Bermudez joins Cantare Con Vivo as a life-long singer with extensive non-profit experience. While her early career in the Bay Area was in the banking industry, she spent more than 20 years managing a family foundation in San Francisco. A lyrico-spinto soprano, Toni has performed the roles of Turandot, Leonora in Il Trovatore, and Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana, along with concert performances around the Bay Area. Her love of vocal music began early in life listening with her mother to the Firestone Opera Hour and her public school music education was the foundational preparation for her avocation.
Treva comes to Cantare Con Vivo with a B.A. in Writing, several years of non-profit experience,
and a lifelong affection for choir music. With self-acknowledgedly more enthusiasm than skill at
singing, she looks forward to furthering the work of CCV from back-backstage. When not at
work, Treva can most often be found with a fantasy novel, either reading or writing.