Judge Alison B. Kolomitz, Incumbent
I began my career in the courts eleven years ago as a clerk. As my knowledge increased, so did my desire to dedicate myself to the field of law.
The courts of Navajo County became my “home” after becoming a Pro-Tem (substitute) judge.
I was required to work weekend and holidays, but I love the work so much it was a special time in my life. A time filled with conferences, seminars and just plain exposure to the judicial system.
I volunteer my time serving the youth of this community as the Teen Court judge, a special project producing positive results for our teens in need. I am a volunteer board member of the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program focusing on the youth concerns of today, and also belong to the Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals.
I was recognized in 2002 by the National Judicial College as a scholarship recipient. Continuing education is importing to the community, since I learn new information focusing on my job.
I serve the needs of Native Americans by taking the Winslow Justice Court to the Chapter Houses each month.
I appreciate all the support the people of Winslow have shown during my career.