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Judith came to France a few decades ago to acquire a
doctorate and then go back to teach French in a university in Australia. After
four years, her doctorate was finished, but she decided to stay in France and
teach English to the French. She got side-tracked by psychotherapy, trained as
a therapist, obtained another doctorate in clinical psychology and was co-author
of the first book published in France on bulimia.
With the introduction of computers, she pioneered research into the effective use of new technology in teaching practice and then trained teachers in how to develop effective and innovative multimedia projects.
At the same time, she helped her Belgian husband to set up a European training programme for film producers under the E.C. MEDIA programme All this led her to be appointed Senior Expert for the European Commission between 1999 and 2005, mainly the DG INFSO, entailing evaluation of projects submitted for financial subsidies.
What has all this to do with Freemasonry? Quite a lot, in fact. Every profession that interested her was geared to being useful to others, helping them to improve themselves and to reach their ideal. When she joined Freemasonry - the Droit Humain Grand Lodge in France - it was because she felt the world had become heartless and run by money, and she could not find people she could really relate to. Becoming a Freemason was like coming home to her family.