Jackie Judd is a communications consultant specializing in the nonprofit sector and public-speaking training. A longtime journalist, she previously reported for ABC News, NPR, and most recently “PBS NewsHour.” Through her career, Judd has covered health care and social policy, politics, and major international events including the Tiananmen Square protests and Eastern Europe after the fall of the Berlin Wall. She also spent a decade at the Kaiser Family Foundation focusing on health policy communications and the international AIDS epidemic. Judd has been recognized with many awards, including national Emmys and an Edward R. Murrow Award. She is vice chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation.