A graduate of the Lesley University Threshold Program and outgoing spokesperson for Best Buddies Jobs in Massachusetts, Dudley’s hard work and dedication to self improvement paid off.
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A born leader whose determination, hard work and goals brought her to high-visibility positions on the board of Special Olympics Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities. “I never quit and I never say I can’t.”
“One of the things we’ve found about people with ASD (autism spectrum disorder) is that they take their work very seriously. They up the ante for all of our co-workers! This initiative is helping our bottom line by addressing key issues that we’ve struggled with in the past: turnover, productivity, and quality goals.”Linda Behmke, Senior Project Manager of Employee Relations, Quest Diagnostic