Judy Patrick

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Judy Patrick "has led the programmatic work of the Women's Foundation of California since 1999, including the allocation of an annual average of $2 million in grants to nonprofit organizations serving women and girls in California. Judy has led the Foundation's advocacy and policy change work, including the development of the groundbreaking Women's Policy Institute. She has also worked to develop programs to strengthen grant partners' organizational capacity and to evaluate the impact of their work.

"Prior to coming to the Foundation, Judy directed the work of several nonprofits as executive director of the San Francisco-based Women's Philharmonic and director of Girls Count, a Colorado initiative to change systems that impact girls' educational achievement and career planning. She also led Mi Casa Resource Center for Women, a Denver organization that advances self-sufficiency primarily for low-income Latinas and youth. She has served on the faculty of the University of Colorado at Denver and Regis University, where she taught program development and evaluation." [1]

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  1. Judy Patrick, thegeenadavisinstitute, accessed May 18, 2009.