Judith is President of Judith Moses Consulting and a Senior Associate with Nordicity in the governance area. For example she worked with Nordicity in a contract with Pinnguaq Association on an appropriate governance structure for a five year-25 community initiative in Nunavut in establishing Makerspaces to involve the youth in these communities. The application to the federal government’s Smart Cities Challenge was successful, thus providing $10,000,000 in funding to support the initiative.
She has been an associate with Lough Barnes Consulting completing several Ontario government agency mandate reviews and projects in Indigenous health governance and policy. She was a VP and senior associate with the Institute on Governance specializing in public sector and non-profit governance. Previously she was a partner in McLaughlin-Moses Strategic Advisory Services Inc., a government relations firm and was a longstanding federal public servant, serving lastly as Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Agriculture and Agri-food Canada. In Ontario, she led a task force in the Cabinet Office on central agency reform.
Judith was a federal Liberal candidate in the 2008 election and stood for the provincial nomination in St. Paul's in Toronto in 2009.
She is on the boards of the National Ballet School of Canada, Primate's World Relief and Development Fund, St. Stephen University, and Anishnawbe Health Toronto. She chairs an Anglican Indigenous forum called The Vision Keepers and serves as an advisor to Aboriginal HIPPY. She was a former member of the Partnership Forum, an Ontario ministerial advisory body on the non profit sector, past chair of HIPPY Canada (a learning program for parents and pre-school youngsters), past director on Carleton University's Board of Governors, former program co-chair of the Governor General's Study Conference, past Vice President of the Friends of the Canadian Museum of Civilization, past board member of the Ottawa School of Dance, former Advocacy Coordinator, Federated Women's Institute of Ontario and past Chair, Public Witness for Social and Ecological Justice in the Anglican Church of Canada.
Judith is a recipient of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal, born on the Six Nations Indian Reserve.