Mrs. Judith C. Boyko (Judi) has been West Chester Township Administrator since 2005. Prior, she served West Chester as Assistant Township Administrator, Director of Planning and Zoning and Township Planner.
Mrs. Boyko earned a master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, and a degree in mathematics from Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
As chief administrative officer under the direction of the West Chester Township Board of Trustees, Mrs. Boyko leads a full-service local government organization of more than 200 full-time and 100 part-time employees who provide operational services for 62,000 residents and 3,400 businesses. She manages a $76 million budget including operational, capital, and debt service, and collaborates with other entities to deliver quality services and amenities, reduce government costs, and continue discretionary services.
Under her leadership, West Chester has been recognized as one of the Best 100 Places to Live by Money Magazine in 2005, 2010, 2012, 2014 and in 2016, West Chester appears as number 49 on that list. In 2010 West Chester was named a National Civic League All-America City Finalist.
Mrs. Boyko has served on the board of directors of several organizations including the West Chester/Liberty Chamber Alliance, Butler County United Way Ohio, Butler County Regional Transit Authority, Cincinnati Area Managers Association; and currently serves on Butler Tech Business Advisory Board, Mercy Fairfield Hospital Business Advisory Board, President's Advisory Council West Chester Hospital, West Chester/Liberty Community Foundation Board, and Butler County Transportation Improvement District Board.
Mrs. Boyko has been the recipient of multiple prestigious local awards, including Venue/Lead Magazine Women of Influence, and Woman of Professional Achievement from the Greater Hamilton YWCA. In 2015, she earned credentialing from her profession's governing organization, the International City/County Managers Association (ICMA), and is representative of only 15% of its membership earning the credentialed manager honors.
Judi lives in West Chester Township with her husband David. She is an avid runner, reader, and animal lover.