How did you first get involved with Bost, and what sparked that interest? In 2004, I received my first job in Waiver working at another company. It sparked my interest in working with people with disabilities. I continued to work there and in 2010 there was an opening at Bost, working in an ADC classroom. I was hired for the position and it started my career at Bost. Since then I applied for an ADC/Work Development coordination position and moved to the ADC/Work Development ADDT Service Coordinator in 2013.
What has surprised you most about working with Bost? How many good friends I have made along the way, who share the same interest and are so loving and caring of myself and the people we serve.
What do you wish other people knew about Bost? How hard the employees work to ensure those we serve are able to live their best life.
What’s the best thing that has happened since you started working with Bost? The people I have had the opportunity to meet and the relationships I have formed.
What do you hope will be different about the world we live in as a result of what you do here? I hope I am able to educate people that people with disabilities are no different that you and me. They want the same things in life that we all want and at the core of it, we are all just people.
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