The Edinburg Center Announces New Chief Operating Officer

by | May 13, 2024 | News

For Immediate Release

May 13, 2024

BEDFORD, Mass. – The Edinburg Center is excited to share that seasoned mental health advocate Stephanie Judy has been promoted to the role of Chief Operating Officer.

Stephanie Judy joined The Edinburg Center in September of 2022 as Executive Vice President overseeing Children’s Mental Health and Outpatient Services. She has an impressive resume that includes dedicating the past 20 years to helping children and adults with mental health challenges, developmental disabilities and autism live successful lives.

“I am excited to continue and further grow the exceptional work our staff provides at The Edinburg Center,” said Judy. “I am committed to championing individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges and working with them to live their lives to the fullest. I am proud to be part of an organization dedicated to maximizing each individual’s potential.”

“Stephanie brings with her years of front-line experience empowering those in foster care and individuals with behavioral health needs. She has also proved an inspiring and thoughtful leader who is a strong advocate for the needs of our children and adults. We are excited she is growing her role at the Center.” said Patti Maguire, The Edinburg Center’s President and CEO.

Before joining The Edinburg Center, Judy was with The Mentor Network for 17 years and previously at Devereux in their foster care program. She has degrees from the College of Charleston and Salem State University.

A photo of Stephanie Judy is available here.

Media Contact:
Matt Ellis | 617.278.6560

About the Edinburg Center:
Established in 1977 and based in Bedford, the Edinburg Center serves thousands of children and adults with mental health challenges, intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism and brain disorders. Learn more at