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Valerie Dawson Judah is a 1982 graduate of Dothan High School, Wallace Community College, Troy University and Jones School of Law. Valerie obtained her degrees while building her career with the U.S. Postal Service. She began her career with the USPS in 1984 as a clerk and held various positions throughout her time of employment (including Supervisor, Postmaster, and Labor Relations Specialist). As Labor Relations Specialist, she handled Mediation, Arbitration, Merit System Protection Board Appeals, EEOC Complaints, Management Training and Contract Negotiations.
Valerie is very active in the Wiregrass community and has had the opportunity to serve on several area Boards. While serving on the Board of Directors for Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity and Chairman of Women Build, the first “Women Build” home was built in Dothan. She was President of the Houston County Bar Association in 2005, Vice Chairman of the Historic Preservation Commission for the City of Dothan, Chairman of Houston County Republican Executive Committee, Past President of the Houston County Republican Women, Past Treasurer of the Dothan Houston County Rotary Club, Diversity Affirmative Action Advisory Counsel for the United States Postal Service, and is a Past Member of the Civil Air Patrol.
Valerie has adopted the Rotary motto, ‘Service Above Self’, as her own personal motto. She was elected to the Alabama Republican State Executive Committee in 2014. She is also an Adjunct Professor with Faulkner University (Criminal Justice and Business Organizations) and Troy University (Employment Law).
While most of her time is spent practicing law and serving the community through her involvement in various civic organizations, Valerie is also a private pilot.