Mary Bolin holds a Master of Science Degree from Montana State University and is certified in the practice of kinlein through the Institute of Kinlein in Hyattsville, Maryland. She was an Associate Professor at the University of Alaska, Anchorage prior to going into private practice. Mrs. Bolin maintains an active practice as a kinleiner and also teaches classes on a variety of topics, including communication, marriage, and business practices, using the kinlein theory as a framework. Since 2003, she has assisted individuals and organizations in the Central American country of Guatemala. Mrs. Bolin has made Alaska her home for over 30 years.
Linda Waggoner, CPK
Linda Waggoner has her Masters degree from the University of Washington where she taught in the baccalaureate nursing program. Upon coming to Anchorage, Alaska she taught at the University of Alaska for six years. Linda met Lucille Kinlein in 1978 and asked her to teach classes at UAA bringing the practice of kinlein to Alaska. Linda is certified through the Institute of Kinlein and has had a practice of kinlein seeing clients, teaching, and assisting organizations since 1979. She is on the board of directors of the National Center of Kinlein. She lives in Anchorage, Alaska with her husband and has four grown children.