Judy A. Smith is an American crisis manager, lawyer, author, and television producer. She is known as the founder, president, and CEO of the crisis management firm Smith & Company. Her work in crisis management is the inspiration for the ABC television series Scandal.
|Born:||October 27, 1958, Washington, D.C.|
|Education:||Boston University (BS), American University (JD)|
|Occupation:||Crisis manager, PR manager, TV producer, Author|
|Website:||Judy Smith's Official site|
About Judy Smith
American writer, producer, and entrepreneur known for founding the crisis management firm Smith & Company. She has also worked as the VP of communications for NBC.
She got a degree in public relations from Boston University and went on the earn a law degree from Washington College of Law.
She and her firm were the inspiration for the ABC television series Scandal.
She was born and grew up in Washington, D.C.
She was the deputy press secretary to President George Bush Sr.
Information related to Judy Smith
- Scandal (TV series)
- Sony Pictures Entertainment people
- NBC executives
- Washington College of Law alumni
- Boston University College of Communications alumni
- Writers from Washington, D.C.
- American political consultants
- American women chief executives