Judy Greenaway has served as a Councillor for the District of fort St. James since 2016. Judy was born and raised in Summerland until she moved to Kelowna. Judy graduated from Kelowna Senior Secondary School and shortly after met her husband Tom and moved to Prince George where their two oldest children were born.  In 1974, after four years in Prince George, she and her family moved to Fort St. James. Judy has three children Treena, Chris and Abby, nine grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Fort St. James is special to Judy because of its resiliency and the community’s willingness to support each other.

Judy worked at the Canfor Sawmill for a year, then worked at the Liquor Store for eight years. Her last employment was with BC Hydro (for 27 years) from which she retired in 2010. While working for BC Hydro she was an active member of the Corporate Occupational Health and Safety Committee, working on Safety Rodeos and organizing Safety training.

Judy has been an active volunteer in the community having coached Minor Softball, volunteered for the Nancy Greene Ski team, Fort St. James Emergency Social Services, and participated in the BC Northern Winter Games as the Director of Accommodations. Judy is currently the Vice-President of the Stuart Lake Seniors Association and Treasurer for the Stuart Lake Outreach Group. Judy holds positions at The Key, Nechako Valley Community Services, and is a part of the organizing committee of the Fort Friendship Centre.

Judy believes in building a strong and vibrant community which retains and attracts residents through economic opportunities and a high quality of life.

To make an appointment with Judy call the District Office (250-996-8233) or email (jgreenaway@fortstjames.ca)