About Judy Raiten
Judy Raiten joined CivicActions’ Business Support group in 2012. She is responsible for “keeping the lights on,” contributing in a variety of non-technical areas to keep the business flowing.
In connection with invoicing and collections, Judy has developed relationships with almost all of CivicActions’ clients. She provides support throughout the company, from onboarding new team members to paying them, drafting documents and absolutely anything else that needs to be done.
Prior to joining CivicActions, Judy spent several decades in business administration, primarily as a paralegal. Her work included administrative support for organizations ranging from the human rights division of an international NGO at the United Nations to the office of a Madison Avenue entertainment lawyer with clients including the Beastie Boys and the Estate of George Gershwin.
She volunteers as an online conversational EFL instructor to Baha’i University students in Iran who are banned from traditional higher education.
Judy has a BA in Physical Anthropology from the University of Colorado and graduate hours in Interpersonal Communications and Counseling. She has traveled extensively and lived all over the U.S, as well as Spain, Honduras and Ireland. Judy loves to read and her Kindle goes with her wherever she goes.