Judge Workman served as District Court Administrator of Schuylkill County and Director of the Lancaster County Domestic Relations Office in Lancaster County as well as a Master for Dependency Matters in Lancaster County.
He currently serves as the Administrative Lead Judge in Juvenile and Family Court in which he has served for his entire Judicial career.
Judge Workman is the past President of the Juvenile Section of the Pennsylvania Conference of State Trial Judges and served as Chairman of the Family Law Section for eleven years. Chief Justice Saylor appointed Judge Workman to chair a committee to make recommendations to review Domestic Relations fees which resulted in Pa Supreme Court Rules expanding access to Pennsylvania citizens. Chief Justice Baer has appointed Judge Workman to serve as Co-Chairman of the statewide divorce fees committee.
Judge Workman was appointed by Governor Tom Wolf to serve as a member of the Juvenile Court Judges Commission on which he currently serves as its Chairman.
Judge Workman is the recipient of the President’s Award and the Robert Stewart Award as statewide recognition from the Domestic Relations Association of Pennsylvania and received the Distinguished Service Award for a Court Officer from the Pennsylvania Partnership for Juvenile Services in October 2020. Judge Workman and his wife have also received the United States Angels in Adoption Award.
Judge Workman and his wife, Gail, have been married for forty-five years and have four adult children and four grandchildren.
He is a frequent lecturer for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and speaks often at local community groups, schools, and colleges. He spearheads the Courts Disproportionate Minority Community members, a local organization initiative involving numerous community organizations.
Judge Workman is involved in his church and community and is committed to helping youth and families.