Judith Dorothy Moss, American lawyer, consultant, lecturer. Bar: Ohio 1978, United States District Court (southern district) Ohio 1978. Recipient Eagle award, Phyllis Schlafly & Eagle Forum, 1980, Appreciation award, President Carter, White House Conference Families National Task Force, 1980. Member of Columbus Bar Association, Ohio Bar Association, Alpha Xi Delta.
Organic chemistry research technician O.M. Scott & Sons, Marysville, Ohio, 1965—1968. Computer programmer/system analyst Columbus, 1969—1975. Private practice, 1978—1981.
President Barrett & Barrett Company, Legal Professional Association, 1982—1985, Barrett & Moss Company, Legal Professional Association, 1985—1986. Partner Brownfield, Cramer & Lewis, Columbus, since 1986. Consultant President United States & Congress, National Advisory Council Women's Educational Programs, chairman civil rights committee, 1983—1984, since 1986.
Public speaker & guest lecturer constitutional integrity. Coordinator Ohio Eagle Forum, 1982, general counsel, 1978—1982, since 1983. Member Ohio Governor's Coordinating Commission, White House Conference Families, 1980.
Member national task force, 80. Delegate Central Regional White House Conference Families, 1980. Official observer International Women's Year Conference, Houston, 1977.
Advisory board Franklin County Extension Service, Ohio, Area Soil Conservation Service, since 1980. Trustee United Conservatives Ohio, since 1984, 1st vice president, since 1985. Member Chairman's Club, Franklin County Ohio Republican Committee, since 1981.
Active leadership program Private Industry Council Columbus & Franklin County Inc., 1985—1986. Advisory commission Columbus Area Cable television, since 1985, Ohio Elections Commission, since 1986. Past president, chairman planning committee Ravine Condominium Unit Owners Association.
Trustee Friends of 4-H, Area Soil Conservation Service, Center Ohio Lung Association, Crossroads Counseling. Board directors Private Industry Council Columbus & Franklin County. Member advisory council Columbus Area Cable television.