Sister Judith Brun was Principal of St. Joseph's Academy in Baton Rouge until June of this year and has taught since 1972. Early next year, she will join with the Baton Rouge Area Foundation to initiate opportunities for supporting and sustaining excellence in education for Baton Rouge. Winner of the Diocese of Baton Rouge School Office Principal of the Year award, Sr. Judith has a Masters Degree in Education in Secondary Administration from LSU and a Masters in Education in Private School Administration pending at Boston College. She is an active member of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and the Baton Rouge Diocesan Principals' Association, just to name two of the organizations she is affiliated.
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