Senior Program Associate
Prudhomme-Judge serves as a member of the Center for Prevention and Early Intervention program at WestEd. She works with the California Comprehensive Center (CA CC), which is part of a federal network of 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers serving individual or clusters of states. The CA CC helps implement the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, improve student achievement, and close the achievement gap in California.
Prudhomme-Judge collaborates with districts, schools, state departments, and universities to close the achievement gap by accelerating students through the implementation and use of a Response to Intervention (RTI) framework. She also supports the turnaround or transformation of persistently low-performing schools in the School Improvement Grant process across the country and with local districts on the District Assistance and Intervention Team process.
She is knowledgeable in curricula support and adaptations for students with special needs, effective teaching practices that support the learning and success of all students, second language literacy development in English learners, supporting students with dual needs in diverse K-12 settings, and professional development and teacher education.
Previously, at WestEd, Prudhomme-Judge was a member of the Comprehensive School Assistance Program, where she worked on the English Learners and the Language Arts project.
Prior to joining WestEd in 2007, Prudhomme-Judge served as an elementary and secondary educator in both general and special education in diverse K-12 schools in California. She also trained educators in educational leadership positions as an Adjunct Professor at multiple institutions of higher education.
Prudhomme-Judge received a BS in child development and family studies with an emphasis in individual and family development from Purdue University; and from Sacramento State University, an MA in education with an emphasis in special education and K-12 Multiple-Subject and K-12 Mild/Moderate Education Specialist CA credentials.