Staff Bios - Kriss Judd

Kriss Judd

Once upon a midnight dreary, while she pondered weak and weary,
Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore,
While she nodded, nearly napping, suddently there came  a clapping,
As a horde was fiercely slapping, slapping hands together for
Kevin Nash, Scott Hall; the crowd screamed, clapping, screaming as of yore -
Only this, and nothing more.

That was Kriss Judd's introduction to the world of pro wrestling.  Her best friend in college was a diehard mark and dragged Kriss, kicking and screaming, into the world of the nWo, the Ministry of Darkness, the Flock, when all Kriss really wanted to do was study for her music theory final.  Kriss watched religiously for a few years, then drifted away as life intervened.  She recently immersed herself again in the world of professional wrestling after discovering similar interests in another good friend.  She wandered into the angrymarks chat room one night, as MamaK, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Kriss is a sharp and savvy businesswoman with wide and varied interests.  She makes her living selling skin care and cosmetics, but refuses to be pigeon-holed as a girly-girl.  She loves football, rooting devotedly for the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Cleveland Browns, and vociferiously against the University of Michigan and the Baltimore Ravens.  She has passed this love on to her children, ages 10 and 7, along with her delight in cooking and baking. Kriss also reads omnivorously, enjoying such diverse authors as Nora Roberts, Stephen King, Piers Anthony, and Clive Cussler.  She is an avid musician, with thirty years of composing and performing under her belt.

Kriss is active in social causes and community work.  She volunteers with Junior Achievement, teaching classes on personal finance and business ethics to area teens.  She donates time and resources to area domestic violence shelters, and prays that someday this societal cancer will be eradicated.  Nearest and dearest to her heart, though, is her work in helping young women discover their self-confidence through her business.  Kriss will tell you herself, "I don't peddle lipstick.  I am a purveyor of self-esteem.  I help women find their self-worth.  Lipstick is just the vehicle I use."