Board of Directors
Founder & President
Originally from Loudoun County, VA, Amy made her home in Lovettsville. She has over 20 years of experience in business operations leadership, currently working in IT. Her love of animals has led to a life-long advocacy for animal welfare and dedication to improving the lives of those who cannot speak for themselves.
Amy is Vice President on the Board of Adopt-A-Family Foundation and is proud to serve animals in need on A Fighting Chance Foundation.
Laurie Judd is originally from Dagenham in East London and has lived in the US since 1994. A nuclear engineer and Lovettsville resident, he has two teenage daughters and is an avid animal lover with two Jack Russell Terriers (Rudy and Victoria), cat (George) and pet rat (Rita).
Laurie is a self-confessed workaholic, who occasionally finds time to referee soccer and attend music festivals.
Kristine is a business professional with over 30 years of experience in marketing, branding,
advertising, digital transformation, strategic planning, business development and event
management. Giving back is a huge part of her life. Kristine serves on the boards of A Fighting Chance Foundation and the Cooperative Family Fund. She volunteers with the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy and helps her daughter with her not-for-profit, I’ve Got Your Back, which supports children with medical and emotional challenges.
Corinne Pitts has over 15 years of experience working in communications and sales across government organizations and technology companies. She has previously volunteered with STEM for Her and Serve Our Willing Warriors. She is passionate about helping further A Fighting Chance's mission after having seen how challenging it can be to cover unexpected vet bills which could save your best (furry) friend's life. Originally from Erie, Pennsylvania, Corinne now resides in Lovettsville with her husband and rescued English Pointer, Archer.
Grant Writing Volunteer
A seasoned animal care professional from Durham, NC, Reggie has dedicated over two decades of his life to the welfare of animals. With a rich background in caring for a diverse range of animal species, his passion lies in ensuring the health and well-being of these creatures. Reggie's efforts are a testament to his lifelong dedication to animal care, making a positive impact in the world of animal welfare.
Social Media Volunteer
A college student pursuing her nursing degree at Stevenson University, Faythe Shedrick is a part of the Service Scholars program, donating her time to many non-profit organizations, including the Baltimore Humane Society. Always giving back to her community, she has vast creative experience with social media and spends a lot of her time organizing projects. Faythe has a Yorkshire terrie, CoCo, and graciously joined our team in support of animals and their families.