Judith Davidson Moyers is president of Public Affairs Television, Inc. (PAT), an independent production company in which she collaborates with her husband, journalist Bill Moyers. PAT has produced more than 300 hours of television for PBS and has won every major broadcast journalism award, including 30 Emmys. Ms. Moyers has also been executive producer of numerous major documentaries. She is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Currently, she is a director of Ogden Corporation. Previously, she served as a Director of Mutual Funds for Capital Research Group, Paine Webber and on the board of Columbia Residential Realty, Inc.
Ms. Moyers was a trustee and vice-chair of the State University of New York, and a trustee of Hofstra University. She was Director of the Research Foundation of New York State and of the Rockefeller Institute of Government, and was also a founder of the Day Care Council of Nassau County.
Keenly interested in education, Ms. Moyers has served as a U.S. Commissioner to UNESCO, a member of a White House Commission on Children, and a member of the National Governor's Association Task Force on Education and Economic Development.
Ms. Moyers is a graduate of the University of Texas.