About Alison Judge
Conroe native Alison Judge and her husband, Richard, moved to The Woodlands nearly 25 years ago. Having both of their families nearby was a tremendous blessing as they welcomed their sons, Connor and Holden. With both boys now in high school and playing on the baseball, football and basketball teams, Alison and Rich spend a lot of their time cheering them on from the sidelines. When not on the field or the court, the family is very involved with National Charity Roundtable, where Alison just completed her year as NCR President. She has also served on the Knox Junior High School and College Park High School PTO Boards, as well as remaining active with the Montgomery County Panhellenic Alumnae Association, The Champion Project Mentor and the HOPE Committee.
Following her parent’s example of service, Alison joined Junior League of The Woodlands shortly after moving to the area, excited to join other hard-working women dedicated to creating a real impact on their community. Since then, she has served as the Holiday Market Special Events Chair, Chair of the Women’s Center Committee, Chair of the REACH Committee, CR/PD Chair, Strategic Planning Chair, Administrative Secretary to the Board and Sustaining Chair for The Little Black Dress Initiative. These various roles have shown her time and time again how many individuals rely on the generosity of these programs.
Her years of volunteering have left her with many cherished memories including hosting a holiday party for the children of the Women’s Center, giving each child a bicycle. She fondly remembers serving an appreciation lunch for Montgomery County CPS employees, in conjunction with the Rainbow Room board, as well as the many ODI and training programs with Junior League. Each of these moments have helped to shape her appreciation for the South Montgomery County community, and created an opportunity to meet other motivating and inspiring community leaders.