Judy Cato - Executive Vice President

A tremendously energetic and passionate activist, Cato joined the Board of the Alliance for Retired Americans in 2001.  She managed the Council House National Council of Senior Citizens senior facility in Marlow Heights, Maryland, having served on several NCSC boards and committees.  During her 15 years on the Prince George's County Advisory Committee on Aging, Cato was a delegate to the 1995 and 2005 White House Conferences on Aging, and served for eight years at the request of Maryland Governor Parris Glendenning on Maryland's State Commission on Aging.  Cato is active in a number of community-based groups, and as a 30-year volunteer with the Leukemia Society, helped raise millions of dollars through the annual Bobby Mitchell charity golf tournament. Cato was named Distinguished Black Woman by Black Women in Sisterhood for Action in 1999.