A recognized leader and innovator in early intervention, Ms. Salzberg has over 40 years of experience in the fields of healthcare and developmental disabilities, and she is the longest-serving member of New Jersey’s State Interagency Coordinating Council (SICC). Prior to co-founding Sunny Days, she held a variety of positions in the field of developmental disabilities, including Associate Executive Director of United Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey, in which she oversaw its early intervention programs. Ms.Salzberg has been an SICC member since 1998 and has chaired several sub-committees. In addition, she has served on numerous charitable boards, oversight committees and industry advocacy groups.She holds a BA and MSW from Temple University, where she has been honored as a Distinguished Alumnus and was inducted into the Gallery of Success in 2011. Ms. Salzberg was also inducted into Temple University’s League for Entrepreneurial Women in 2013.$1M Alumna Gift – a portion within Gladfelter Hall will be named “The Joyce K. Salzberg Center for Professional Development.” The center currently exists, but part of the hall (currently under construction) will be named for her later this year.