Question: How did you first get involved with Bost, and what sparked that interest? I was driving by the 74th street Bost and it always caught my attention. I was curious about what the facility was all about. I saw an ad in the newspaper for a part time job in Waiver and I took the opportunity to apply.
Question: What has surprised you most about working with Bost? How well everyone interacts with each other and puts the needs of our consumers above all.
Question: What do you wish other people knew about Bost? It’s a very rewarding place to work and the consumers are just people like you and me who want to be loved and accepted by all.
Question: What’s the best thing that has happened since you started working with Bost? I have learned how great everyone is who works here and what a close friendship I have with so many staff and consumers.
Question: What do you hope will be different about the world we live in as a result of what you do here? That everyone knows what Bost represents and that the facility offers a place for consumers to grow, interact and be accepted.
Judy’s supervisor, Trish Baumgartner, has this to say about Judy, “Judy Moulton has worked for Bost for over 24 years. She has worn many hats over those years and continues to always do what is needed for the consumers. Judy always has a smile on her face to greet you and will usually know you by name.”
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