Linda Clement is a home economics teacher for middle and high school students in the town of Metlakatla on the Annette Island Indian Reserve. One of the courses Ms. Clement teaches is a family living and child development course in which students have the opportunity to interact with elementary school children as tutors. "My ultimate goal within this course of study is to interest my students in the field of education as a profession." Ms. Clement is a committee member of the Metlakatla Branch of National Indian Education Fund. In 1991 she received the Johnson O'Malley National Indian Fund Teacher of the Year Award. In 1989 she received the Parent of the Year Award from the same organization. Actively involved in the extracurricular activities in the Annette Island School District and in the Metlakatla community, Ms. Clement has served in a variety of advisory roles including the Metlakatla High School pep club and Vocational Services Leadership Organization. She has also served as a panelist and speaker at the Alaska Federation of Natives' annual conference in Anchorage.