Judith M. Doucette

Judith M. Doucette (Judy Falle) was born and raised in St. George’s, a little town on the west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. She graduated high school in 1980 and from a medical office administration program in 1995.

In 2004, she began her employment with the Federation of Newfoundland Indians, and she is employed with the Qalipu First Nation Band as client intake officer with the Department of Education and Training in St. George’s. Judith is married and has two adult children, Tiffany and Travis, and a beautiful, vibrant granddaughter, Aria.

Her first book, Amanda’s Baking Lesson, was published by Jesperson Press in 1986. In 1996, she wrote and self-published Evan ’Elps Senny Claws, a Newfoundland-dialect Christmas book. Judith M. Doucette is a proud member of the Qalipu First Nation Band and also sits on the St. George’s Indian Band Council.

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