President & CEO, The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC)
John Judge has been the president and CEO of the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC), America’s oldest outdoor recreation and conservation organization, since January of 2012. The Boston-headquartered AMC works from Maine to Virginia to get people active in the outdoors and in conversation stewardship. (Boston Business Journal)
Prepare for tomorrow’s Board of Director’s meeting.
Gratitude for the health and wellness of my family and myself.
Drafting our next ten-year organizational vision statement.
Work to get people into the fun of the outdoors.
Done is better than perfect.
A Day in My Life:
What do you love most about Your City? I like the walkability of Boston. I walk around the city every day and always appreciate the beauty around me. I often take a ferry from Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood to Boston’s downtown, providing me with a beautiful panoramic view of the city.
Favorite breakfast meal & restaurant? Omelet.
What are you doing at:
12:00 PM – Favorite Lunch spot/meal? Salad with chicken.
7:00 PM – Reading to my 2 year old daughter.
11:00 PM – Last emails of the day.
Most used App/Favorite Instagram Account? OutdoorCity
What should everyone try at least once? Hiking a mountain. It’s an awesome experience.
Where do you enjoy getting lost? Not really lost, but breaking away from all of the days’ challenges through a hike in New Hampshire or in a kayak in Maine.