Bridget Jost


Occupational Therapy

Bridget Jost headshot photo with white wood background.
Bridget was a collegiate lefty softball pitcher and coach. She tap dances at a local dance studio and performs every year. She recently rescued a 4-month year old puppy!

Bridget earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in Exercise Science. She played softball for the collegiate team for three years, where her primary position was pitcher. She came back to the Madison area in 2018 after graduation and continued her educational path at Madison College in the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program. While completing the program, she was an assistant coach & the strength and conditioning coach for the Madison Collegiate Softball Program. She helped to take her team to two back to back national tournaments. Bridget earned her Occupational Therapy Assistant Degree in 2021. Over the last year, she worked at Oakwood Village as an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, and Group Fitness Instructor. She has experience with working in the Verona Area School District and being a respite care provider in the local Verona/Madison area. Bridget’s interest in OT was sparked at a young age, as she has a family member who has autism as well as a close family friend with Down syndrome. She is driven to support children and families in fulfilling meaningful goals and empowering them in their daily occupations. When not working, you can find Bridget being active, by either exercising in the community, walking her new puppy, kayaking, dancing, playing softball, or fishing with her boyfriend. She loves to spend quality time with her family and friends going to concerts, listening to country music, and traveling. Bridget is a huge sports fan-especially Badgers, Packers, and Brewers. She is a true Wisconsinite, who loves milk, cheese, and ice cream.