Linda Lambert

About me

Linda Lambert became enthralled with Egypt as a young girl, when her mother enchanted her with tales of her own alleged reincarnation from Egyptian royalty. In 1989, Linda moved to Egypt and began two decades of passionate exploration of this fascinating culture. During a visit to the ancient crypt that is believed to have housed the Holy Family, Linda experienced an epiphany that inspired her to write The Cairo Codex.
Dr. Lambert has written several internationally-recognized books in the field of educational leadership. Her seventh book, Women’s Ways of Leading, was released in 2009, integrating her global work in leadership with feminine and historical themes that take center stage in her novels as well. The Cairo Codex is the first in The Justine Trilogy of historical novels by Linda Lambert. The second is set in Italy, the third in Taos, New Mexico.
She is an experienced administrator, history instructor and international consultant. Now Professor Emeritus at California State

From my website

Liberating Leadership Capacity…Proud to Share a Great Review

Liberating Leadership Capacity: Pathways to Educational Wisdom reviewed by Hollie J. Mackey — August 09, 2016 Title: Liberating Leadership Capacity: Pathways to Educational Wisdom Author(s): Linda Lambert, Diane P. Zimmerman, & Mary E. Gardner Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York ISBN: 0807757519, Pages: 148, Year: 2016 Search for book at…

The Justine Trilogy: the movies!

Imagine a major earthquake in Cairo, anthropologist Justine buried alive, an ancient diary tumbling from the walls of a crypt. These are the promises of a major motion picture based on The Cairo Codex. In The Italian Letters, another ancient crypt reveals the origin of Italians and the genealogy of…

The Dangerous Future of a Junior High Boy

There are few places as fertile as junior high schools in which to study arrested development. As a former junior high principal, it is pleasurable to recall those lovely young teenagers who are emerging into adulthood: the quiet, nerdy boys who loved science and technology; the junior athlete; the spirited…

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