About our President

Julee Robey-Boschetto

print10As President, Julee Robey-Boschetto oversees all administrative functions at Boston Baking, Inc. In addition to managing human resources, accounts receivable, accounts payable, order entry, customer service, public relations, and community involvement, Julee is also the liaison between Boston Baking, Inc. and its banking and accounting institutions.

In the mid eighties, Julee attended Idaho State University. While at ISU, Julee enrolled in business courses which prepared her for her current position. When faced with an opportunity to accept a position with Easter Seals, Julee moved to New Hampshire and began working in the billing department. While at Easter Seals, Julee helped to write new billing software, traveled to New York several times for training, and subsequently trained the rest of her team in the use of the software.

In 1993, Julee moved to Boston and enrolled in night school at the North East School of Broadcasting, where she graduated with honors. During night school, Julee took an office entry-level position at R. Boschetto Wholesale Bakery. When the office manager left, Julee was asked to take over that position. These new duties included cash receipts, driver routing, payroll, and human resources.

Boschetto Wholesale Bakery was sold when owner Bob Boschetto began concentrating solely on a new business venture – Boston Bagel, Inc. Julee took on new roles for Boston Bagel, Inc. In addition to the everyday functions, she became more involved in the accounting and finance operations. In 2001, Julee became part of the Boschetto family when she and Bob were married.

In 2006, Julee and Kristen Boschetto decided to create a company called Boston Baking, Inc. to allow for greater exposure in the marketplace. During this time Bob was ending his involvement with Boston Bagel, Inc., so he was hired as their Director of Operations. In April of 2009, Boston Baking, Inc. (under Julee’s leadership) became a member in good standing of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). In July of 2009, Boston Baking, Inc. completed the process of becoming a certified minority-owned business through the City of Boston. (See listing in the City of Boston’s SLBE Directory, available online at As a minority-owned business, Boston Baking, Inc. was able to secure financing for new equipment and a move to a larger location.

Julee has been a critical factor in the success of and smooth operations at Boston Baking, Inc.