Judith has resided in Snohomish since 2001, raising two SHS graduates.
Judith earned a master’s degree from UW, Cultural Studies with focus on intersections race, class and gender, a BA from Marylhurst University and two AAS degrees in Fire Science and Paramedicine from University of Alaska.
Judith has a long career in public service; working as a nurse (LPN), and a fire chief both in
Alaska and Oregon. Judith served as director and faculty for the fire science program at
Bellevue College. She recently retired from working as an estate manager.
Judith has a lifetime of volunteerism as CPR instructor, ski patrol, search and rescue and EMT.
Since her time in Snohomish, she has volunteered with HDS (Historic Downtown Snohomish), youth soccer coach, participated in neighborhood cleanup and volunteered during Kla Ha Ya Days. She also serves a city liaison to Snohomish for Equity. Judith’s lifetime of public service has led her to this position as city council member.