Selected to be interviewed for the New Job segment of First 30 Days, a major program about life changes. The program tackles specific points in a person's life, during which the first 30 days are critical. Each topic has experts on that given topic that are consulted and interviewed.
Invited by Vault’s law editor to contribute, and was included, in Vault’s pamphlet “Getting Hired.” Distributed to first-year law students.
Invited to edit and contribute to two chapters in Natalie Prescott’s book, “Nail Your Law Job Interview, Interviewing Advice for Lawyers.” Subsequently requested to edit and contribute to two additional chapters
Selected in 2007 to have a blog on Vault.com; the internet's predominant source for employment information and carried regularly in their monthly newsletter (however I resigned that spot in fall 2009)
Articles selected for feature on multitudes of job search websites and recruiting firm websites, including careerbuilder.com, careervoyager.com, and monster.com
Feature article in Danbury News Times
Regular columnist for many online newsletters, including Net Temps Careers, Best-Interview-Strategies, and Gray Hair Management
Judi is a fantastic job search coach. She has clear and creative strategies for taking ownership of your career. Her guidelines are simple and she tailors her approach to match your personality-type motivators. The work she proposes may require some self-evaluation which can be intimidating but the results are concrete and phenomenal. Once you engage with Judi, you will find the perfect job and feel valuable in your career!
---Ellen W., Roselle Park,
I have a friend who proofs my cover letters before I send them, so yesterday she reviewed the first one she’s seen since you taught me how to write them. She was absolutely blown away, “This puts every cover letter I’ve ever written to shame. If I got this as a hiring manager, I’d show it to every manager in the office.” To which I replied, “I don’t care if you show it to people, as long as you hire me!” She loved how it was so specific to the ad, etc. – all the things you told me to do! Anyway, just thought you’d enjoy the feedback — she’s a senior level marketing executive, so this was quite a compliment. ---Anne B. Half Moon Bay, CA
I have to tell you Judi when I attended teleseminar on how to sleuth a job ad, I learned a lot. I wish I knew this stuff a long time ago. I never realized that the job descriptions told you that much information. This has been very beneficial. ---Scot G., NJ
Judi: This is incredibly helpful - thank you! I wasn’t overly concerned, but knew that it needed a little tweaking - your feedback will help drive that process ---Kristina W., S. Berwick ME