Kristin Judge | CEO/Founder
Kristin was elected to serve as a Washtenaw County Commissioner in 2008 and supported the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in growing cybersecurity outreach to state and local government officials. After elected office, she worked at the Center for Internet Security focusing on connecting state and local governments to federal services and technology needed to improve cybersecurity.
As Director of Government Affairs at the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), Kristin worked with Google, FTC, FBI, SBA, DHS, NIST, congressional leaders and other key stakeholders across the country to educate consumers and businesses on how to protect sensitive data.
As a thought leader, Kristin has been seen on the C-SPAN Network, local news outlets and called on by technology publications like SC Magazine and Government Technology to share best practices for online safety. She was named an SC Media “Women in IT Security Influencer” in 2017. She is a national speaker, sharing cybersecurity best practices with elected officials, businesses and consumers. Her first LinkedIn Learning Course, “Cybersecurity for Small and Medium Businesses: Essential Training”, teaches cybersecurity to SMBs based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
In 2017, Kristin was chosen for the third cohort in the Presidential Leadership Scholars program, which is a partnership between the presidential centers of George W. Bush, William J. Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Lyndon B. Johnson, to bring together a select group of leaders who share a desire to create positive change across the nation.
To address the needs of cybercrime victims, Kristin founded the nonprofit Cybercrime Support Network (cybercrimesupport.org) and works with federal, state and local law enforcement and consumer protection agencies to help consumers and small businesses affected by cybercrime.
Chief Operating Officer
Carolyn Munoz joined the Cybercrime Support Network in 2018 to implement the vision of connecting victims to resources, increasing crime reporting, and addressing the lack of information available to law enforcement and industry. In her role as the Chief Operating Officer, Carolyn oversees all aspects of the business to ensure strategies and deliverables are realized.
Carolyn brings a wealth of business expertise to the Cybercrime Support Network from her 20+ years of experience in all facets of business operations, client support, training, risk, compliance, and cybersecurity. Her experience in cultivating relationships, creating programs, and serving customer needs has been critical to her success. She is known for her commitment to enabling women to achieve their professional goals and personal dreams and has participated in many mentoring programs. Carolyn has a passion for giving back and often provides cybersecurity training in local schools. She is recognized for her knowledge and expertise in cybersecurity and is a featured speaker in many diverse state and national conferences.
Carolyn is the proud daughter of a decorated Army veteran and dedicated Army spouse who moved throughout the world in service to the country. Previously from California, Carolyn now makes her home in New Jersey, where she lives with her husband and two sons, her greatest source of pride and joy.
Chief Marketing Officer
Rachel Dooley has been Director of Communications at the Cybercrime Support Network since 2018. She leads the CSN team in developing communication strategies that help advance the organization’s efforts to help cybercrime victims. These strategies include creating publications, web marketing and social media, as well as media relations and developing partnerships.
Prior to joining CSN, she was the marketing coordinator for new home builder Lamar Smith Signature Homes, where she developed and implemented strategic initiatives to promote new home sales. Previously, she was the Brigade Family Readiness Support Assistant for the 170th IBCT located in Baumholder, Germany. She created and published Family Readiness Group material including books, flyers and guides to navigate volunteers and family members through the deployment cycle.
As a graduate of the School of Equine Business at the University of Louisville, she was driven by her love of horses and her desire to bring about change in the industry as a whole. While earning her bachelor’s degree, she worked as a youth field coordinator for the Kentucky Equine Education Project, where she became energized by the work of non-profit companies. Rachel brings to CSN her never-ending passion to bring about real change and to help people in a time of need.