Linda McHenry is a novelist and freelance writer. She has published a mystery, a nonfiction book, dozens of magazine articles, and a newspaper column. She has also developed and written hundreds of insurance courses, textbooks, seminars, online courses, and webinars. In addition, Linda teaches insurance continuing education courses in both classroom and webinar settings.


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The services Linda provides include:

  • Insurance CE webinar development, writing, and instruction
  • Insurance CE course development, writing, and instruction
  • One-on-one insurance training, coaching, and mentoring
  • Insurance company/agency employee training and career development
  • Speaking

Along the way, Linda’s accomplishments in the insurance industry have included:

  • Establishing and operating two insurance agencies in two different states (MA and MT)
  • Establishing and operating Faulkner Education Services, an approved insurance continuing education provider that created and offered classroom and online courses
  • Working as a licensed insurance producer (P&C, Life, Health, and Surety), licensed consultant, and registered representative; she continues to hold resident and non-resident producer licenses in multiple states
  • Holding the Certified Insurance Counselor designation (1997 to 2011)
  • Approved insurance continuing education provider in multiple states
  • Approved as an insurance continuing education instructor on all 51 jurisdictions
  • Serving as a faculty member for several national and regional insurance organizations, including the National Alliance (CSR and CIC designation programs), Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents, Montana Insurance Education Foundation, and PIA West
  • Writing and publishing numerous insurance articles in magazines such as Rough Notes, Resources, and Today’s Insurance Professionals
  • For 9 years, writing “Business Sense,” a monthly newspaper column
  • Author of Taking the Mystery out of Business