“Treat others how you want to be treated; work hard, play hard; and live your dreams” is the advice C&A board member and past president Joyce Salapack would give to people.
Salapack, who has been a board member 16 plus years, sits on the board development and mission advancement committees.
A native of Massillon, Salapack graduated from Canton Central Catholic High School and earned her bachelor of science’s degree from Kent State University.
Salapack crossed paths with Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) more than 30 years ago when she worked for Family Court from February 1989 to October 9, 2019. Salapack retired from Stark County Family Court, where she was a Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative Director. Salapack’s career started in criminal justice at Indian River in 1986.
“I enjoy everything about C&A,” wrote Salapack, who is married to her husband Tony. They have two daughters, Dannielle and Ashley.
In addition to her service on the C&A Board, she is involved with Pro Football Hall of Fame, United Way and Ohio Means Jobs.
Hobbies: vacationing; exploring different cultures; and living life to the fullest
Favorite book: Autobiography of Catherine Graham
Favorite movie: Miracle on 34th Street