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Brittney Bourgeois

Brittney Bourgeois has found a way to optimize her achievements as a speech-language pathologist who works with special needs children, and it’s rooted in a valuable relationship with her staffing company. Meet the 2018 National Staffing Employee of the Year.
Bourgeois says she’s honored and grateful for the recognition she has received as the 2018 National Staffing Employee of the Year, especially because it shines a spotlight on the critical role speech-language pathologists have in the lives of children with communication challenges.

Bourgeois and her husband are the proud parents of two little boys: one-year-old Joziah and three-yearold Jaxston. She describes her sons’ names as “traditional,
but with a little twist.” The same could be said of Bourgeois’ career path, and it also helps explain why she chose to work with a staffing company.

“I enjoy working in a school building and I like having consistency, but I also tend to be a little more creative,” she says. “People say I have a little bit of a different style, and working this way gives me the flexibility to do things differently.”

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