Judy is a founding member of the Tiffany Circle, a Chairman’s Council member and an Una Award recipient. After 9 years as a board member of the Chicago chapter where she served on the Governance and Philanthropy committees and co-chaired the annual Heroes Breakfast. She joined the TCNC and currently chairs the Governance committee. She has a long history with the Red Cross, starting with a Water Safety Instructor certification in college to becoming a Red Cross CPR instructor while working in Sports Medicine. She started her medical career in Fort Collins Colorado and finished it at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Her background includes volunteering as a certified athletic trainer for the USA Men’s Olympic Wrestling teams in both 1984 and 1988 and the USA Women’s Gymnastics Team at the 1987 Pan American Games.
Judy is very proud of her volunteer work with the Chicago Tiffany Circle and her family’s support of the Red Cross which includes purchasing a blood mobile for the Chicago area’s use.
Professionally Judy now serves as principal of her interior design firm and serves as Trustee to her family’s private foundation. She is a past committee member of the Visiting Association of the School of Biological Sciences and Pritzker School of Medicine. Her educational background is a BS from Bradley University and a M.Ed from Colorado State University.
Judy is married to Ray and the proud mom of two adult sons. Hobbies include skiing and cycling, cooking, and traveling.