Judith E. Stowe, Ph.D. is a Co-Founder and Senior Program Director for Quality Safety Edge (QSE). Since 1990, Judith has managed many successful safety projects for QSE and developed and conducted seminars in Performance Management, Behavioral Safety, and Leadership Skills.
Judy has over 30 years of experience applying behavioral principles in business, industry, education and social services. Her client base includes petrochemical, steel, paper, and general manufacturing. She is also currently working on expanding behavior-based principles into the area of process safety and serious incident prevention, SIP™. Some of Judy’s many clients include Devon Energy, SMI Steel, BP Amoco Pipeline, ThermaTru Corp., ICI Paints (now AkzoNobel), John Deere, Montell Polyolefins, Citgo Petroleum, Celanese, Kenworth Trucking, Sanjel USA, St. Gobain, and Westinghouse.
Judy twice served as president of the Texas Association of Behavior Analysis (TxABA) and is a licensed clinical psychologist. She has published numerous articles and made many presentations at professional conferences and organizations on behavioral safety, leadership development, team building, and clinical areas of applied behavior analysis.
Judy earned her undergraduate degree at Western Michigan University and completed a clinical doctorate in behavior analysis at The University of North Texas.
"The field of behavior analysis has provided me with a rich and fulfilling experience that has application in many fields of human interaction. Behavior-based safety has been a core of my professional career and I see the expansion of its principles as limitless in the pursuit of helping humanity.”—Judith Stowe