WomensWork was started by Judi in 1995, when it occurred to her that young women didn’t see many female role models in their daily lives. They saw teachers and nurses of course, and secretaries on TV, but how would a high school student know that there are also women astronauts, computer scientists, or medical researchers?
Judi Clark, Director
Judi is an Internet Technologist and Consultant. She has worked with big companies (AT&T, Sanyo, SRI, Electric Power Research Institute, and the University of California) and many small start-ups, and served in an advisory capacity to many non-profit organizations. She has organized, explained, instructed, illustrated, documented, written copy, set context, facilitated transitions, and provided perspectives for a wide variety of interests and technologies over the years.
Our Advisory Board
Judith Cohen, Master Certified Coach, has over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist, coach and trainer. She is a “coach’s coach,” working with coaches who want to gain mastery of their craft. Judith has been a Senior Faculty Member at The Coach’s Training Institute (CTI) for over 20 years. She has helped people create transformational life stories, even in the most trying of circumstances. As a psychotherapist, trainer and coach, she’s helped hundreds of people and couples transform seemingly hopeless situations—from sickness, financial difficulties, to divorce—into opportunities for growth and happiness and, ultimately, turn these challenges into pathways to realize their life’s purpose and achieve their most cherished goals and desires. You can read more about Coach Judith Cohen on her website.
Audrie Krause is a longtime community activist and a former journalist. She currently works in nonprofit fundraising in Santa Barbara, CA, and volunteers as coordinator of a monthly dinner for the homeless. Previously, she has worked as a reporter for the Fresno Bee and as Executive Director of TURN, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR), and the Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County. She has served on the Board of Directors of CARAL, the Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo Counties Action Fund, and the Santa Barbara Women’ Political Committee.
Gwenn is a French-American artist, painter, writer, vlogger, teacher, and uncopyrighting advocate. Her work has been written about by the portraiture scholar Dr. Richard Brilliant, and it has also been featured on Scientific American, Tech Dirt, BoingBoing, and Hyperallergic among other exciting places on the Interwebs. Known for her radical free culture advocacy, Seemel speaks regularly about how copyright damages creativity and interrupts artists’ ability to make a living with their art—most recently at TEDxGeneva and at the Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre. You can read and watch artist Gwenn on her website.