Judith Aaron is a talented dancer, and dedicated worker who has made an impact in both the arts and professional worlds. She began her dance journey at the age of 18 and studied at June Taylor’s Dancing School on 56th and Broadway in New York City. There, she honed her skills in Jazz, Ballet, and Tap, under the tutelage of some of the industry’s top instructors.
One of her mentors was the legendary Michael Bennett, known for his work on the Broadway hit “A Chorus Line.” Bennett was a Tony Award-winning choreographer and director who revolutionized the world of musical theatre with his innovative and groundbreaking work. Judith learned valuable lessons from him, which she carried with her throughout her career, such as the importance of discipline, hard work, and passion.
She went on to perform modern dance at Carnegie Hall with Jo-Jo Smith, a renowned dancer, and choreographer, in the 1970s. Smith was a trailblazer in the world of modern dance, and her performances were praised for their beauty, power, and grace. Judith was honored to work with her and learn from her, and the experience left a lasting impression on her career.
While pursuing her passion for dance, Judith also held down a full-time job at the post office, where she dedicated 44 years of service. Her strong work ethic and commitment to excellence earned her the respect of her colleagues and superiors, and she retired with an impressive legacy of accomplishments.
Today, Judith is retired but still a hard-working professional who inspires those around her with her dedication and passion. She is a shining example of what can be achieved through hard work, determination, and a love for what you do.