Linda W. Cropp: Difference between revisions

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* 2006 entered race for Mayor
 
After her 2006 loss, Cropp retired from politics. Cropp joined the board of two not-for-profit companies, the Community Preservation and Development Corp. and CareFirst [[BlueCross BlueShield]], and also volunteered for two other local charities, Capital City Links and the D.C. chapter of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boys_Town_(organization)|Boys Town]].[https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/linda-cropp-has-stepped-away-from-dc-politics-but-hasnt-slowed-down/2011/10/21/gIQAQyTNYN_story.html?utm_term=.59e3d781e7c5] In 2013 CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield promoted her to [[chairman of the board]].[https://provider.carefirst.com/providers/about-us/linda-w-cropp.page]
 
==Personal life==