Humanitarian Awards


Judith Lewis Logue

Director of Financial Aid Services at University of San Diego

"Nationally recognized advocate for individuals and groups who are developing scholarship sources for low income, first-generation students."

Judith Lewis Logue

Judith Lewis Logue is originally from a farming community in Imperial County. She graduated from San Diego State University in 1964 and began her career at University of Wisconsin-Madison which was a pilot school for the new federal concept of “Student Financial Aid.” Judith was a member of the small charter team of administrators who created the first Office of Financial Aid on that campus.

Since returning to California in 1974, she has served two independent colleges. She is currently the Director of Financial Aid Services at University of San Diego; Chapter Advisor for USD Mortar Board - a National Honor Society for Outstanding Seniors; and has appeared on local television as well as NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, speaking on behalf of USD.

Judith is married to Lawrence Logue, Georgetown University Law School graduate and retired international corporate attorney whose passion for travel has taken the couple to over 55 countries. They reside in San Diego with a black Labrador named Liberty and Grayson, the outdoor cat. Four married children and 11 grandchildren enhance her active professional and social life.

Judith Lewis Logue is currently active with the following organizations:

  • Cal-SOAP Consortium San Diego and Imperial Counties Governing Board Member
  • Expanding Information Dissemination and Outreach in CA Taskforce Member
  • Scholarship America National Advisory Board
  • California Dollars for Scholars Regional Board Member
  • Linda Vista Dollars for Scholars Board Member
  • San Diego Education Fund Board Member
  • Annual San Diego County Scholarship Showcase Reception Chairperson

Judith Lewis Logue was nominated by:

  • Katie Whalen-Elsbree, Founder
  • Fostering Opportunities Dollars for Scholars San Diego, CA

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