Areas of ExpertiseOrganizational Development
Business Driven Interventions
Over the past twenty years, Judy has worked in multiple industries in both private and public sectors with internal and external clients eager to align organizational structure to emerging business needs, improve global implementations, define improved strategies for effective transitions, and fine tune business integration processes.
Judy works with individual leaders and intact teams to improve leadership effectiveness, align people and processes, identify emerging issues, and assess the sustainability of organizational interventions.
She works directly with executive teams, senior staff, and line managers facing diverse strategic business challenges such as unprecedented growth, dramatic market shifts, mergers and acquisitions, and developing the next generation of leaders.
Her passion is to build people’s capacity to ask better questions—of themselves, their colleagues, and their organizations. She possesses the capabilities to readily adapt to the dynamics of the engagement—functioning as consultant, coach, facilitator, program designer, or advisor. She believes that there is no one right answer or quick fix—and strives to construct blended solutions for balanced, contextual results. Clients appreciate her attention to designing actionable solutions and her willingness to adapt to doing business in their terms. Her past clients include BP, GE Energy, Intuit, Solectron Corporation, Quidel Corporation, Sempra Energy, Cardinal Health, FairIsaac, NETGEAR, Sun Microsystems, Kaiser Permanente, Menlo Worldwide, and the United Nations. In her spare time, she owned and operated a fine-dining restaurant.
Judy holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Masters in Education from Northeastern University and a BS in English Education from Boston University. She is an adjunct professor at UCSD’s School of Business and Science. Her professional certifications include Myer-Briggs Type Inventory, Team Management Systems, Trust Works, Emotional Competency Inventories, Authentic Leadership, and various 360 assessments