A Granite State Ambassador, motivational leader, project manager, community leader, intergrator, and visionary, specializing in communication, training, and marketing. Experienced, hands on, executive officer and founder of the award winning NH Granite State Ambassadors with experience in the hospitality, education, new media, banking, and non-profit sectors. Passionate about working with and supporting local businesses in the Greater Manchester area and throughout the State of New Hampshire.
Window is currently the Community Outreach Coordinator at St. Mary’s Bank in Manchester NH. She also spends part of her time volunteering with various organizations including Welcoming Manchester, the Nackey S Loeb School of Communications and the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. Window’s passions include promoting and serving on many boards and committees such as Downtown Committee, the Wayfinding/Signage Committee, and sits on the board for NH Granite State Ambassadors Board of Directors and Holy Cross Family Learning Center. Judi is also the Chairperson and has served on the board of the Selective Service Systems’ State Board of Appeals for New Hampshire since 1997.
Window worked in NH’s Tourism industry for 20+ years first as the Executive Director of the Southern NH Convention & Visitor Bureau, then for 18 years as the Founder/President of NH Granite State Ambassadors. Prior to 1994 she worked in the banking industry for 12 years and served for over 40 years promoting arts and culture in New Hampshire. She is a lifelong, fifth generation, resident of New Hampshire. Among her singular achievements were the renovation and grand re-opening of the Adam’s Memorial Opera House in Derry, NH, and she spent a holiday season touring with the Boston Ballet in “The Nutcracker”.
Awards & Commendations
Judi was the recipient of the 1997 Mildred A. Beach “Tourism Person of the Year” award and was named one of New Hampshire’s “Movers and Shakers” by Derry News in 1995. Judi was nominated for as one of NH’s Outstanding Women in Business and for the Good Samaritan Award in Education in 2013. She lives in Manchester, New Hampshire with her husband, daughter, son-in-law and two grandchildren.