Dr. Judy Goldsmith received her degrees in Mathematics from Princeton University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She held post-doc at Dartmouth College and Boston University, an assistant professorship at the University of Manitoba, and has been in the Computer Science Department of the University of Kentucky since 1993. She is a full professor. Goldsmith has been active in the AI community since 1996, and has published heavily cited and award winning papers, including The First Annual IJCAI-JAIR Best Paper Prize, Honorable Mention, 2003, for ``The Computational Complexity of Probabilistic Plan Existence and Evaluation," Journal of AI Research, 1998, and honors for student papers she coauthored at FLAIRS '12 and CGAMES '13. Her research areas include many aspects of decision making, including decision making under uncertainty; computational social choice; preference elicitation, representation, and aggregation; computational learning theory, and computational complexity. She has published numerous articles in the leading AI conferences (e.g., AAMAS, AAAI, AIPS, FLAIRS, IJCAI, ICML, ISAIM, NIPS, and UAI) and journals (e.g., AIJ, AIM, IJAR , JAIR, JACM, JMLR, and TIIS). She was recognized in 2014 as a Senior Member of AAAI, the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. In 1998, Goldsmith was recognized by the AAAS for her mentoring of members of underrepresented groups in the STEM disciplines. She has helped organize and/or participated in several conferences for women in computing. Goldsmith has taught classes in recent years on artificial intelligence, theory of computing, discrete math and logic, comparative decision making studies, and "science fiction and computer ethics". In the Spring of 2013, she received a Provost's Award for Outstanding Teaching in the tenured faculty category, the Outstanding Teaching Award from the Department of Computer Science, and the UK College of Engineering Henry Mason Lutes Award for Excellence in Engineering Education. Goldsmith has been on the editorial board of JAIR since 2008. and on the editorial board of Artificial Intelligence since 2015. She has co-edited special issues of Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence ('14), International Journal on Approximate Reasoning, and AI Magazine ('08). In 2013, she was a senior program committee (PC) member for both IJCAI and AAAI. She has been on numerous AAAI, UAI, and ICAPS PCs, helped organize multiple MPREF (Multi-disciplinary Preference Handling) Workshops, UAI Workshops on Bayesian Applications, and has co-organized doctoral consortia (DCs) at ICAPS '08 and IJCAI '11, and has been on DC PCs for other AI conferences, including AAMAS. She has been involved in the interdisciplinary conference, Algorithmic Decision Theory, and is conference chair for Algorthmic Decision Theory '15, which will be held in Lexington, KY. She has served on multiple NSF panels, and reviewed proposals for national funding agencies for many other countries.