Keri Salerno is currently the Senior Director, Strategic Development for Health Promotion Council, an Affiliate of Public Health Management Corporation. Prior to this position she spent seven and a half years in the public sector serving in the New Jersey State Senate Democratic Majority Office as well as two positions within the Administration of Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter – Director of Reentry Strategies and Outreach and Director of Philanthropic Relations. She was previously a grassroots and political fundraiser and organizer for campaigns and issues at the local, state and national level for six years. Originally from the Harrisburg area, Salerno became civically engaged in Philadelphia upon her arrival here in 2002 by serving as Secretary and founding board member of USA250; publishing, editing and writing for the Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal; being President and founding board member of Philadelphia Young Non-Profit Leaders; and participating in initiatives of Young Involved Philadelphia and Young America PAC. Salerno holds a Masters in Government Administration and a Certificate of Non-Profit Management from the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts with a major in history and minor in political science from Tulane University.