Judy Sexton is the Director of Clarke Pennsylvania Auditory Oral Center. Judy holds a Masters Degree in Education of the Hearing Impaired from Bloomsburg University. She also held a license as a hearing aid specialist in the state of Pennsylvania awarded 1987. She has spent her entire career of 31 years working in the field of auditory oral education. Her work experiences include ten years in the public school system intermediate units as an itinerant hearing therapist and resource room teacher in preschool, elementary, middle and high schools. In addition, Judy taught at Archbishop Ryan School for the Deaf from 1983 until 1997 in the capacity of classroom teacher in preschool, elementary and middle schools. Judy’s last five years at “Ryan School” were as principal.
Some of Judy’s other accomplishments include:
- Newly appointed to the Infant Newborn Screening Committee in the state of Pennsylvania
- Former President/Quota Club-women’s professional organization dedicated to hearing and speech needs of children and adults
- Former President of the St. Bernadette Home and School Association
- Presenter at a variety of conferences and conventions related to hearing loss
- Committee chair at the A.G. Bell conference 1997
- Officer of the PA Chapter of the A.G. Bell Association
- Recipient of the Curriculum Quill Award for outstanding contribution to curriculum and instruction.
Judy’s interests include reading, quilting, walking, traveling with her family, gardening and refinishing furniture. She lives in Havertown with her husband, Tim, and three children Kevin, Patrick, and Julianne.