John Judge has been the president and CEO of the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC), America’s oldest outdoor recreation and conservation organization, since January of 2012. The Boston-headquartered AMC works from Maine to Virginia to get people active in the outdoors and in conversation stewardship. (Boston Business Journal)
My Goal of the Day: Prepare for tomorrow’s Board of Director’s meeting.
My Thought of the Day: Gratitude for the health and wellness of my family and myself.
My Action of the Day: Drafting our next ten-year organizational vision statement.
My Deed of the Day: Work to get people into the fun of the outdoors.
My Tip of the Day: Done is better than perfect.
A Day in My Life:
What do you love most about Your City? I like the walkability of Boston. I walk around the city every day and always appreciate the beauty around me. I often take a ferry from Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood to Boston’s downtown, providing me with a beautiful panoramic view of the city.
Favorite breakfast meal & restaurant? Omelet.
What are you doing at:
12:00 PM - Favorite Lunch spot/meal? Salad with chicken.
7:00 PM - Reading to my 2 year old daughter.
11:00 PM - Last emails of the day.
Most used App/Favorite Instagram Account? OutdoorCity
What should everyone try at least once? Hiking a mountain. It’s an awesome experience.
Where do you enjoy getting lost? Not really lost, but breaking away from all of the days’ challenges through a hike in New Hampshire or in a kayak in Maine.