Judy I. Carter -- Secretary
Judy Carter enjoyed a rewarding public service career with the Federal government until her retirement from the U.S. Department of Justice. She served as the Director, Office of Budget and Management for the U.S. Parole Commission. Through collaboration with staff, Ms. Carter provided policy and management advice to political appointees and senior level management officials; formulated annual budgets for Congressional approval; executed approved budgets; administered all phases of human resources; and organized program evaluations. Prior to joining the U.S. Parole Commission, Ms. Carter held supervisory and specialized positions in the field of human resources management within the U.S. Department of Justice. Ms. Carter was born and raised in Washington, DC embracing her active participation in a variety of school, community, and political organizations. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Federal City College. To further her educational pursuits, she completed leadership and management courses throughout her career.
In addition to volunteering in her church and community organizations, Ms. Carter serves on the GateWay Second Chance Foundation’s Board of Directors as the Secretary. She also serves on the GateWay Boarding Academy’s Board of Directors as Chair of the Program Implementation, Student Life, and Facilities Management Committee.