Originally published at TheTimes.co.uk | June 26, 2005
The first woman to chair the UK Atomic Energy Authority is a stylish American networker who wants to give something back
She is standing in the reception of Eversheds, the City law firm, where she keeps an office. When not at Eversheds, she could be at the head office of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), where she is chairman, or Friends Provident, where she is deputy chairman, or at one of the many other companies on whose boards she sits.
In fact Thomas Judge, tall and pale, pops up all over the place in corporate Britain these days, testimony to her skills as an accomplished organiser, experienced adviser and renowned networker.
Born in America and trained in New York as a lawyer, she has been many things in a varied corporate career, including director at merchant bank Samuel Montagu, Continue Reading.