Judith A. Selzer brings a lifelong commitment to empowering others to make a positive and lasting impact on the world around them. As President and Co-Founder of the Women’s Foundation of Florida, Judith spends her days empowering women and girls to be leaders to change the way the world works.
Judith also leads Selzer 360, a national public affairs firm, where she partners with non-profit agencies to build vibrant, healthy and educated communities. Over the last 15 years she has worked with several of the nation’s leading social justice and philanthropic organizations directing national and statewide campaigns with her expansive toolbox of legislative, communications and electoral strategies.
Judith directed a successful $4 million campaign to defeat detrimental changes to the Florida State Constitution and oversaw the creation of a statewide coalition comprised of over 100 public health, faith-based, education, medical, and social justice organizations working together to advocate for medically accurate health education in Florida schools.
Judith has worked with numerous non-profit agencies including Planned Parenthood, Ms. Foundation for Women, CIR/SEIU, Million Mom March, I Do Foundation, and Feminist Majority Foundation.
Judith received her Bachelor’s degree from Smith College in Sociology and Women’s Studies and a Master’s degree in Women’s Studies with a Graduate Certificate in Non-Profit Management from Florida Atlantic University, where she has served as adjunct faculty and taught undergraduate courses on Women and Business, Sex and Gender in America and College Writing.