Title: President, Chief Executive Officer
Company: The Catapult Factor
Location: Murrieta, California, United States
Judith Rogala, President, Chief Executive Officer at The Catapult Factor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in private equity and accounting.
As a top executive at The Catapult Factor, Ms. Rogala leads by example at the management consultancy firm. With more than four decades of experience, her robust skill set and training has afforded her the abilities to be strategic and forward-thinking. Since 2002, she has represented the company as the CEO, and in 2003, she joined as the president. Prior to these roles, she was the CEO and president of La Petite Academy, Inc., president of Aramark Uniform Services and executive vice president of Office Depot, Inc. In addition, she has served as both CEO and president for EQ – The Environmental Quality Company and Flagship Express, Inc. Early in her career, she worked as a general manager of the Pacific Northwest, Canada and Alaska for Trans World Airlines, Inc. She then joined Federal Express Corporation and continued climbing the corporate ladder.
Not only has Ms. Rogala received on the job training and experience, but she has worked hard in her academic pursuits to aid her abilities. In 1976, she earned a Bachelor of Science from Roosevelt University. She refined her skills by returning to education in the early 1980s, receiving an MBA from the University of Mexico. In addition to working in her executive roles with The Catapult Factor, Ms. Rogala has served as the senior executive for the National Women’s Fitness Network, Inc. She has also shared her experiences as an adjunct professor of business management at the University of California.
In addition to this work, Ms. Rogala has contributed and published several books and articles. She contributed to “The Golden Flame: The Heart and Soul of Remarkable Leadership” in 2008. In 1991, she published “Winds of Change.” Before that, she authored “TRUST, Inc.” Ms. Rogala has co-authored “The Briefcase” and written “The Leadership Guide.” She has received numerous accolades for her work, including the James Zimmerman Award from the University of New Mexico and a spot on the University of New Mexico Hall of Fame. In 1996, Working Woman recognized her with a magazine feature, “CEO Material: Who’s Who on the Short List to Head a Major Corporation.” Ms. Rogala is a founding member of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and an active member of The Committee of 200, The California Trusteeship, The Chicago Network and the International Women’s Forum among various other affiliations.
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