Michael W. Judd has over twenty years of experience in the MWR Business. He has been a practitioner, administrator, manager and trainer over that span. As the training program manager for the Navy's MWR system, he employs systematic approaches to solving human performance problems.
Currently he serves as the Director of Training for the Navy's Morale, Welfare, and Recreation system. Previously he worked as an Administrative Officer, Navy Special Services Administrative Activity (1973-1977); Director of Parks and Recreation, Wood Dale, IL (1970-1972); Lieutenant, US Navy (1968-1970); and Ensign/Lieutenant, US Navy (1966-1968).
Michael received his B.S. degree in Recreation and Park Administration (1966) and his M.S. degree in Recreation and Park Administration (1973), both from Indiana University. His professional affiliations include being active in: National Recreation and Park Association (Armed Forces Recreation Society); International Military Club Executives Association; National Society for Performance and Instruction; Armed Forces Chapter, National Society for Performance and Instruction; International Association for Continuing Education and Training; and American Academy for Parks and Recreation Administration. He is recipient of the Executive Fellow Award, NRPA (1982); Distinguished Fellow Award, NRPA (1992); and the Annual Achievement Award, International Military Club Executives Association (1988).