Judy Perloff is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 25 years in the medical social services with the last 13 years being exclusively directed to the design, implementation and evaluation of HIV/AIDS programming. For the last 13 years, Judy has served as the Chief Program Officer for Chicago House and Social Service Agency, a housing and social service agency dedicated to serving over 1400 individuals and families impacted by HIV/AIDS. Under Judy's leadership and direction, Chicago House has received prestigious grants from HUD HOPWA SPNS (Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS- Special Project of National Significance), HRSA and the Department of Education. With these grants, Judy designed an integrated housing and social service program that has been recognized by HUD as a best practice model and intervention, and an employment program that has received national recognition as an innovative, supportive employment model. Judy serves as a board member to Together for Health, a newly constructed Care Coordinated Entity and is the Chair of the Care Coordination Committee. Judy also serves on the Executive Committee of the Service Providers Council, a consortium of AIDS Service Organizations in the Chicago land area.
Judy holds a BA in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a MSW from Washington University in St. Louis.