Dr. Salvador served as a contributing author to Learning Reconsidered: A Campus-wide Focus on the Student Experience publication, as well as a member of the National Writing Team to produce the inventory statements for the Principles of Good Practice for Student Affairs, sponsored by ACPA and NASPA. She has also written articles on the impact and philosophical change of residence halls on two-year colleges.
Dr. Salvador served as president of ACPA from 2010-2011 and currently serves on ACPA’s Senior Student Affairs Advisory Board and External Relations Advisory Board. She is a member of Leadership Lehigh Valley and Valley Youth House board of directors. She received Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society’s Distinguished Administrator Award, the Certificate of Merit from the New York State Assembly for significant contributions to the student personnel profession, the Outstanding Contribution to the Profession Award from the College Student Personnel Association in New York, the ACPA Diamond Honoree Award, the Mildred Bulpitt Woman of the Year Award from the American Association for Women in Community Colleges, and was inducted into the MCC Sports Hall of Fame. Prior to her work at Northampton, she served as vice president of student services at Monroe Community College (MCC) in Rochester, New York, and was MCC’s representative to the League for Innovation in the Community College from 1999-2013.