Linda T. McGrew
Linda T. McGrew began her career with the Bureau of Prisons in January 1992, as a Correctional Officer at the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) in Los Angeles, California. She has held the following positions of increasing responsibility: Case Manager at MDC Los Angeles (CA), Unit Manager at MDC Brooklyn (NY), Camp Administrator at FCI Danbury (CT), Regional Executive Assistant for the Western Regional Office, Associate Warden at MDC Los Angeles (CA), and Warden at FDC Honolulu (HI). She also served as Warden at FDC Miami (FL), and at FCI Victorville II (CA), before becoming the Complex Warden at FCC Victorville (CA) in June 2012. Ms. McGrew joined the Senior Executive Service ranks in 2010. In November 2013, she was selected as the first Assistant Director for the newly established Reentry Services Division.
Ms. McGrew is a graduate of the National Institute of Corrections' Executive Excellence Program, and she holds a Bachelors of Science in Criminology. In 2012, Ms. McGrew's efforts in the administration of criminal justice were recognized by the California State Assembly and, in July 2013, she received the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice Chairman Emeritus Award.