Judith draws on her passion for creative communications and knack for writing to shape compelling content, and her education in cultural anthropology provides her that big-picture perspective. Using her range of marketing experience, Judith develops strategic proposals that are as enjoyable to read as they are technically sound.
When she’s not working hard to win proposals, she can be found digging in her garden, walking in the woods, or reading a book, usually next to her husband and their fluffy, orange cat, Basket.
Favorite quote: “The amount of water on the planet does not change, only its quality.” ― Walter Munk
How does great engineering work? It’s so good you almost don’t realize it’s there.
On your bookshelf: Homo Deus by Yuval Harari, Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, and White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo
Best place to be when you aren’t working: Out-of-doors
BA, Cultural Anthropology, Portland State University