About PGL

Paige Linton


Paige Linton has spent the last twenty years following her passion for K-12 education, advocating for students in the public school system throughout King County.  Paige held multiple leadership positions in the Mercer Island School District, including PTA President and nine years of PTA executive board positions.  Paige also served as a board member of the Mercer Island School’s Foundation and a member of the Mercer Island School District’s Strategic Planning Committee. Recently, Paige has offered her time, talent and experience to two Seattle non-profit organizations that dedicate assistance to low-income high school students who wish to attend college, College Access Now and Rainier Scholars.  Both organizations assist students in their college and scholarship search, application, essay writing and financial aid advice.

Paige is a native of the Pacific Northwest, raised and public schooled in the towns of Bellevue, Mercer Island and Tacoma.  She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Puget Sound in English and Communications, and received her Certificate in College Counseling from UCLA.  Paige lived in New England for ten years, where she was her National Sorority’s Alumni Province President for the New England region.  This position presented a unique opportunity to connect with East Coast Colleges and Universities.  Before having her children, Paige worked in the hotel industry as a Convention Sales Manager, and as a National Sales Manager for a Visitor and Convention Bureau.


Paige is a member of:

  • Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA)
  • Seattle Area College Consultant’s (SACC)
  • Pacific Northwest Association for College Admissions Counseling (PNACAC)
  • National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC)