Judy has 27 years of Facilities Management experience, with a CFM designation, working for such companies as Oracle, JLL, Trammel Crow, CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield, and serving clients that include Oracle, WinStar, McKesson, DaVita, and Avaya. Judy has managed facilities numbering 5 up to 280. Areas of expertise include: Facilities Management, Capital Budgeting, Financial Analysis, Organizational Management, Operational Consistency, Revenue/Operating Budgeting, and Vendor Management.
Judy has been a member of the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA) since 1996, and has served on the Board of the Denver Chapter since 2006 and served on the Executive Board for eight years. Judy served for four years on the IFMA Foundation Board of Trustees promoting education in the facilities field and raising funds for scholarships. She currently is serving as the IFMA representative on the Board of the International Ethics Standards Coalition, which has set an overarching ethics best practice standard, for land, property, facilities, construction, infrastructure and related professions around the world.
Judy has worked for 10 years as the Colorado representative for IFMA’s Government Affairs committee. While on the Government Affairs committee she successfully helped lobby Congressional and Senate members to pass legislation on House Bill 1204 (Energy Efficient Schools), House Bill 5112 (Federal Employee Training act) and House Bill 1734 (Civilian Property Realignment Act) campaigning Congressional members to join the High-Performance Building Congressional Caucus and to continue funding for the GSA office of High-Performance Federal Green Buildings.
Judy has a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado. Judy’s hands on style of management allows for in-depth customer service and problem solving. Judy is married and has lived most of her life in Colorado. Her favorite hobbies are her children and grandchildren.