Maria Judge is an educator, writer and storyteller whose work has been
covered by Oprah Magazine, The Boston Globe and in Alexandra Johnson’s
Leaving a Trace: On Keeping a Journal. She is a contributing writer to The
Somerville News and has been published in Dan Wakefield's The Story of
Your Life, The Boston Irish Reporter, Peace Corps Online, The Merton
Seasonal, MIT Tech Talk, and in A Cup of Comfort for Breast Cancer
Survivors. She has been interviewed about her work by New England Cable
News, the WB Network and Fox News.
Maria has worked at Tufts University, the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, The OCI Healing Research Foundation and Physicians for
Human Rights. She holds degrees from Holy Cross College and
Northeastern University, and also studied at St. Louis University in Madrid,
Spain. An experienced public speaker and performer who has served as
Vice President for Toastmasters at MIT, she also has spoken and performed
readings in libraries, schools, cruise ships, community art programs,
churches, and pubs.