President and CEO of the Judson Center in Royal Oak. Judson Center is a nonprofit human service agency that helps children,
adults, and families in the child welfare system and with developmental disabilities.
The agency provides more than 360,000 services yearly. Recruited in 1986, Myers has seen the organization expand its
services to include adults with developmental disabilities and autistic children and their families. During that time,
the organization has grown from providing services in two Michigan counties to 10, and its budget has expanded from $5
million to $20 million. Myers is a member of Leadership Oakland Class XIV. In 2005, she was recognized as an Oakland
County Executive of the Year by the Oakland Executives Association, and in 2006, she was again recognized for leadership
when the Oakland Chapter of Harvard Alumni selected her to attend "Strategic Perspectives in Management" on Harvard's
campus. Myers serves on the boards of the Michigan Federation for Children and Families and the Michigan Asperger
Society. She received her bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Eau
Claire and her master's degree in social work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.