Chief Executive Officer: Judy Hutton
Judith Donohoe Hutton is the CEO of the YWCA Princeton and the former Executive Director of Anchor House. A leader in our community for more than 30 years, Judy has dedicated her career to affecting positive change within our families, neighborhoods and workplaces. She has done so by working passionately to advance the missions of eliminating racism, empowering women and ensuring the wellbeing of children and youth.
Judy shares the successes of the YW’s Breast Cancer Resource Center, English as a Second Language Program, and Stand Against Racism with other YWCAs both nationally and around the globe. And those are just three of the initiatives she oversees! From child care, to after school care and summer camps, to dance and arts & crafts, to book clubs, to educational lectures and seminars, to aquatics and martial arts, to a Newcomers Club that welcomes people from all over the world, more than 5,000 participants are personally touched by the programs and services led by Ms. Hutton!
Judy’s collaborative spirit has been very evident over her career. She has served as President of the Garden State Coalition of Youth & Family Concerns and was named Mercer County’s Professional of the Year in 2004. Concurrently, she received a national award from the US Department of Health and Human Services in recognition of her diligent work with groups including the Youth Services Commission, and the National Network for Children and Youth.
Most recently, Ms. Hutton has served globally on the YWCA World Service Council, regionally as a founding member of the Princeton Regional Chamber’s Women in Business Alliance (WIBA) and locally on the Community Advisory Board of the Junior League of Greater Princeton.
Ms. Hutton earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master’s Degree in Education from the College of New Jersey. She resides in Bordentown with her husband, Craig, and her son, Sean.