Judith Hutton, Chief Executive Officer*
...Introducing our new CEO, Judith Hutton
On March 6, Judith Donohoe Hutton
became the YWCA Princeton
,s new Chief Executive Officer, the position formerly titled Executive Director.Judy
brings to the YWCA
more than 20 years of experience as Executive Director of Anchor House, Inc.
, in Trenton.During that time, she
took a fledgling organization with a tiny budget, tiny staff, and very few volunteers to a nationally known, $2 million a year, multi-service agency for runaway, homeless, abused youth and their families.
In Mercer County and beyond, her
strong record of leadership, management, fundraising, and community relations is held in high regard, notes YWCA Princeton Board President Miquelon Weyeneth. ,We are delighted that Judith
has come on board, and look forward to a long and successful partnership.,As a volunteer, Ms. Hutton is a peer monitor and trainer for the Administration of Youth and Families in the US Department of Health and Human Services, implementing a curriculum she developed for national use in 1995.She is president of the Garden State Coalition for Youth and Family Concerns, Inc., an organization that advocates for youth and family issues with governmental and community organizations.She also is a member of the Mercer County Child Care Coalition and Mercer County Youth Services Commission.
In 2004, she
was named Mercer County Professional of the Year.
has always been a YW woman.One of her
first jobs, fresh out of college, was as a counselor at the YWCA
in Trenton.Although she
wasn,t looking for a change, her
fiery passion for the YWCA
mission nudged her
to answer our call, and we are so very glad she
,This is a wonderful opportunity for me to continue to serve an organization in whose mission,to eliminate racism and empower women,I believe passionately,, says Ms. Hutton. ,I look forward to becoming a part of the YWCA
Princeton, and helping to chart its course in the future.,Judy holds a BSW degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, an MEd from The College of New Jersey, and certificates in several disciplines from the University of Pennsylvania.She
lives in Bordentown with her
husband Craig and 15 year old son, Sean, a freshman at Notre Dame High School