West Chester Township’s administrator has been recognized for her leadership by two different organizations.
Judi Boyko was one of 27 women named as a 2013 Woman of Professional Excellence by the West Chester Hospital/University of Cincinnati Health during a luncheon earlier this week.
She was also profiled named a Woman of Influence in Greater Cincinnati and profiled by LEAD Magazine.
“(Boyko) is in my opinion without question the brightest, sharpest and best public administrator in the state of Ohio,’’ said Trustee George Lang. “We would not be where we are today without her leadership.”
In selecting Boyko hospital leaders note her involvement and support of the hospital project from its inception.
“Her expertise in planning and experiences in various leadership positions were extremely valuable to the overall development and opening of the hospital,’’ hospital leaders wrote about Boyko.
Boyko came to West Chester Township in 1992 as a planner, moved on to director of planning and zoning and served as assistant township administrator before being named township administrator in 1995.
“Mrs. Boyko’s professionalism, creativity and hard work have been very important in making West Chester one of the best places in the country to raise a family and develop a business,’’ said Trustee Catherine Stoker.
“Judi is the best of the best,’’ added Trustee Lee Wong.