Annette was born and raised in St Louis, Missouri and at the age of 19 enlisted for service in the United States Air Force. Annette served for 5 years working as an Airforce Air Traffic Controller learning many skills that have proven valuable and effective throughout her life. While in the service Annette volunteered on the Honor Guard providing military honors for veterans at their funerals and participating in color ceremonies for various events.
In 2006 Annette moved to West Point. In 2009 she began working at Ogden Airport as a Air Traffic Controller. During this time, she went back to school to finish her Bachelors of Science in Business Management.
Annette obtained her real estate license in 2014 and went full-time in real estate in 2016. In 2017 she obtained her broker’s license. Annette loves helping people with their real estate needs and ensuring her clients make the best decisions for their specific needs.
Annette is married to Ryan Judd and together they have 7 children and a labradoodle. The Judds are third-generation residents of West Point. They enjoy spending time with their kids, traveling, hiking, biking, and being on the water kayaking or boating.
Annette continually strives to educate herself to best serve those around her. As a West Point city council member, Annette will be a key contributor to her community. Her strengths include looking at the whole picture and working on solutions to make things work more efficiently.
As a council member, Annette will work to bring improved communication to residents. Cultivating existing communication methods and using technology, she intends to help more residents be involved and make a difference in the community she loves. A firm believer in education, Annette would like to collaborate with citizens and find solutions to keep our city thriving and prospering for generations to come.
Annette was nominated for the ATHENA award from the Ogden-Weber Women in Business group. ATHENA nominees are individuals who:
Family is what keeps us going. Our oldest children are going to school in Tucson and St. George. One daughter will return home from a mission this summer and the youngest are in high school. We love guiding them through each phase of their lives and watching them become successful young adults.
Service is in Annette's DNA - Joining and serving in the Air Force was a great opportunity in so many ways. The Air Force provided experiences that endure to help Annette grow and elevate herself. In turn, Annette works to help others by finding ways to give back. Serving the community is the natural next step for Annette. Stepping out of her comfort zone she is excited about giving back to the community she loves.