BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Astrid Degleris received a BA in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 1987 and worked in banking for twelve years before having her first child and choosing to become a stay-at-home mom. Ms. Degleris moved with her family to State College in 2006. In her free time, Mrs. Degleris enjoys reading feminist scholarship or fiction and volunteering. She is the proud owner of three carnival goldfish that have, surprisingly, lived to age five.
Mr. Fenton is Founder and Executive Director of The Reflect Organization. While at the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Fenton produced the first-ever mixed-methods research examining the phenomenon of “Penn Face.” Mr. Fenton has been honored by numerous mental health organizations for his work in the field, and he was awarded the President's Volunteer Service Award by Barack Obama. Mr. Fenton graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Pennsylvania, with a BA in Political Science and a certificate from the Civic Scholars Program for Social Action and Civic Engagement.
Frank Pellicone, PhD
Dr. Pellicone is the House Dean and Chief Financial Officer of Harrison College House, the largest of the University of
Pennsylvania's academic residences. As a member of the university's Student Intervention Services team and Critical Incident Stress Management team, Dr. Pellicone has extensive experience managing cases involving the mental and physical health of undergraduates, graduate students, and staff. Dr. Pellicone earned a BA in both English and Italian from Cornell University and a PhD in Italian Literature from Yale University.
Judy Saltzberg, PhD
Dr. Saltzberg is a lead instructor for the Penn Resilience Program at the University of Pennsylvania Positive Psychology Center. Her scholarly publications examine cognitive processes in depression and how individuals cope with stressors. Dr. Saltzberg has lectured internationally on Positive Psychology and cognitive therapy topics, and she has taught resilience skills to a wide range of populations, including college students, U.S. Army personnel, clinicians, and others. A Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, Dr. Saltzberg maintains a private practice in the Philadelphia area. She earned a BA in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Dr. Saltzberg also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Penn Center for Cognitive Therapy.
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