Among people we see each day, only a handful have an amazing knack for making friends and collecting acquaintances. They’re called “connectors” and Judy Lloyd is one of them.


For 32 years, Judy has served as a public policy professional, private sector small businesswoman, communicator, project manager, and community leader in Washington, D.C., New York, and California.

She served two U.S. Presidents and three Cabinet Members as an appointee at the Departments of Labor and Agriculture, receiving noteworthy service awards for her achievements.

Functional Specialties

Government Affairs | Stakeholder Engagement | Public Policy Research & Evaluation | Project Management | Special Events | Fundraising & Development | Content Marketing

Public Service / Domestic & International

Lloyd enjoys access to numerous public policy officials due to her roles in government and politics. She currently serves as Senior District Representative for the San Ramon Valley for California State Senator Steve Glazer. She also manages operations, customer relations and contracts as Program Manager for the Measure J Congestion Relief Program (dba TRAFFIX), where she manages a $2 million budget.

Business / Professional Development

In 2009, Lloyd founded Altamont Strategies, a company offering customized approaches to government affairs, strategic planning, communications, advocacy and development. In 2015, she served as the Fall Fellow at the Dole Institute of Politics, doing a weekly show and study group on extraordinary women in business and politics on the campus of the University of Kansas. Previous to that, she served as a consultant to the Institute for Advanced Technology & Public Policy at Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo, helping to build their coalitions and development campaign.

Non-Profit Leader / Community Organizer

Lloyd has been a long-time leader, mentor and advocate for small and women-owned businesses, innovation, law enforcement, veterans, cancer research and education. She currently serves on the California Leadership Council for the National Federation of Independent Business and on the Board of Directors for the Lincoln Club of Northern CA. Locally, she is a member of the Exchange Club of the San Ramon Valley, the 100 Club of Contra Costa, the Contra Costa Sheriff’s Posse, and the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce.

Special Awards / Recognition

Lloyd was chosen by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture as a Member of the Honor Awards Board in the 1990’s. She also earned the San Francisco Business Times Women of Distinction in Politics & Government Award in 2003. The next year, U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao awarded her with the Exceptional Achievement Award. One year later, she was featured in the book Women Who Paved the Way. In 2015, she was chosen as Fall Fellow at the Dole Institute of Politics, where she conducted a study group and hosted a show on remarkable women.

Splash Page Snippet1Author / Online Communicator

In her spare time, Lloyd is authoring a book to honor her mother and her Italian, Sicilian heritage. Josephine’s Petite Cucina  includes stories of growing up Italian and home cooking recipes. Some of Lloyd’s writing can be viewed online at SafeinHome and at the California business publication, Fox and Hounds Daily.


Lloyd received a Bachelor of Science, Business Management & Marketing, Clarkson University (1982).

Just For Fun

Lloyd never misses the chance to see a good baseball game. She’s been going to classic rock and country music shows for 37 years and has watched NFL Football since she was four years old. A favorite pastime is creating new recipes, perfecting old ones, and pairing them with just the right wine. She also enjoys hiking and growing exquisite roses in her garden.

More in depth info can be found at these links.

2016 Judy B Lloyd Biography (govt)

Judy Biviano Lloyd and Tim Lloyd: a Study in Contrasts (2009)

Judy Lloyd succeeds with flexibility, grace of an entrepreneur (2007)

Mom’s Rising: Judy Lloyd – A Profile of Flex Success (2007)

Politics & government: Lloyd works on her terms (2003)