JUDOS is a Non-Profit organization that was founded in 2005 by Dr. Tammy Anderson. The idea of the program was gleaned from attending the National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Community sponsored by the Florida’s Attorney General’s Office and the Florida Consortium of Urban League Affiliates. After attending the 2005 Conference Dr. Tammy Anderson was impressed with the Best Practices that the Conference presented and instilled, so she set out to transfer a program to Bay County, Florida that was commensurate to the Youth Crime Prevention Program of the National Urban League.
Dr. Tammy Anderson
Founder and Executive Director of J.U.D.O.S
Dr. Tammy Anderson graduated from A. Crawford Mosley High School in 1978 and GCCC in 1979. Dr. Tammy attended Florida State University where she earned a BS in Political Science and Communication in 1981. She then went on to Troy State University where she earned a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology in 2003. In 2010, Dr. Tammy earned her EdD in Pastoral Community Counseling with a specialty in Organizational Leadership from Argosy University.
Since the beginning of J.U.D.O.S, there has been:
130 high school graduates
55 college graduates
8 military soldiers