Judy Sweet served as the former Co-Director of the Alliance of Women Coaches and is a consultant for Title IX and gender equity initiatives. Previously she was NCAA Senior Vice President for Championships and Education Services, and prior to that Judy served as Director of Athletics at the University of California, San Diego for 24 years.
She has extensive service on NCAA committees, including serving as NCAA President from 1991-93 and president of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators in 2001. Judy has received many awards including The 1998 Honda Award for Outstanding Achievement in Women's Collegiate Athletics.
In 2006 she was listed among the NCAA’s Centennial Anniversary 100 Most Influential Student-Athletes and received the NACDA James J. Corbett Memorial Award, which is presented annually to the collegiate administrator who "through the years has most typified Corbett's devotion to intercollegiate athletics and worked unceasingly for its betterment." In that same year Judy was named the first NACWAA Legacy Honoree and in 2007 she was named by the Institute for International Sport as one of the 100 Most Influential Sports Educators in America.
In 2009, she was inducted into the State of Wisconsin Athletics Hall of Fame.