Early life and education
Between 1989 and 1994, she worked in Formula One, involved in Promotions and Administration in London. She also managed Formula 1 and World Motorcycle race promotion contracts and broadcast rights.
Between 1998 and 2013, Griggs was COO of Allsport Management SA, which managed all aspects of trackside advertising, the VIP Paddock Club activities, merchandising and product licensing and other commercial aspects of the sport.  
In February 2015, Judith founded Sports Rights Management LLP with British entertainment entrepreneur, Charles Garland. She is also a member of the Global Advisory Board of South Australia's Investment Attraction Agency.
Griggs was named Australian Business Woman of the Year in 1996 in the public sector category.[by whom?]
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