After 38 years at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Toni Zoghby retired at the end of July. She started working in the mailroom at NIH in January of 1983, and over the years was trained to work in multiple buildings where she sorted and metered mail. Her favorite thing about working at NIH was being around many different people, especially the scientists and doctors doing important work. Toni shared there were often famous people coming in and out of NIH when she was there, and she often had the responsibility of signing in mail from members of Congress for the NIH Director.In her retirement, Toni is looking forward to volunteering at her church, and she works out with a trainer to stay healthy. Toni is also considering taking some online math classes with the hope of getting her high school diploma. She also likes to participate in Jubilee’s monthly Fiber Arts class where she creates latch hook art. Congratulations Toni! We’re proud to support you as you achieve your dreams!