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Public relations executive

Judith Forman, American public relations executive. Polaroid Foundation grant for black heritage documentary, 1993.


Forman, Judith was born on October 10, 1949 in District of Columbia. Daughter of George and Amelia (Black) Forman.


Student, New Mexico State University, 1969. Student, University Maryland, Ansbach, Germany, 1979. Student, University Massachusetts, 1981-1984, 91—.


Membership director Waterfront History Area League, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1980-1985. Project manager Massachusetts Main St. Program, Fall River, 1985-1988. Graduate University Massachusetts, New Bedford, 1995.

Director cultural development City of New Bedford, 1991-1992. Development, public relations Kennedy-Donovan Center, New Bedford, since 1992. Consultant development Coastline Elderly, New Bedford, 1992, Association for Retarded Citizens, New Bedford, 1992, Kennedy-Donovan Center, New Bedford, 1992.


  • Other Work

    • Author, editor: Bed and Breakfast Reservations for New England, 1987-1991. Co-producer: (documentary) Black Heritage, 1993.


Active Fall River Celebrates American, 1990-1991. Office manager New Bedford Mayoral Campaign, 1982-1983, 91. Campaign worker Bristol County Senate Race, New Bedford, 1992.

Trustee Zeiterion Performing Arts Theatre. President New Bedford Arts Lottery, 1991-1992. District representative Massachusetts Cultural Council, Boston, 1991-1992.

Director Bristol County Travel and Tourism Council, New Bedford, 1990-1992. Member American Business Women Association (Business Person Year 1990), Toastmasters, Rotary.


  • Other Interests

    Sailing, hiking, yoga, theater, acting.


Married Ralph Kirkman Mulford III, October 5, 1980 (divorced February 1991).

George Forman

Amelia (Black) Forman

Ralph Kirkman Mulford III