Workshop Wrap Up: What to do Now with Judy Rowe, Judith A. Rowe Consulting, LLC.
AFP Finger Lakes hosted its first session dedicated to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in 2020 and we hope that you’ll join us on Thursday, Dec. 8 as we discuss “Where Are We Now – Almost Two Years Later?” A lot has happened for us – both personally and professionally – over the course of the past two years as we’ve embarked on this DEI journey. Judy Rowe of Judith A. Rowe Consulting, LLC will lead attendees through a seminar discussing what we have learned, what we’ve accomplished, what is left to be done, and much more.
As we discuss our personal and organizational updates and goals, we will share ways for us to support each other to continue making progress.
About Judy Rowe:
An experienced coach, trainer, and facilitator, Judy Rowe is the principal of Judith A. Rowe Consulting, LLC. Her approach to working with her clients is to help them to discover their strengths, define a vision and create a pathway toward that
vision for success.
Judith has a career spanning more than 30 years with experience working with fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and non-profit and government organizations. During her 27-year career with Corning Incorporated, she held a wide range of roles, including product engineer, sales engineer, customer service supervisor, supervisory effectiveness trainer, human resources manager, quality training coordinator, and Performance Excellence facilitator.
She earned dual undergraduate degrees in civil and industrial engineering from the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, and a master’s degree from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations. She is also certified as a Six-Sigma Green Belt, as well as StandOut and People Skills trainer.
Judith lives with her family in upstate New York and enjoys serving on non-profit boards and volunteering for community based activities.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: JUDITH A. ROWE CONSULTING LLC & VISIONS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION