Board of Directors
Daniel is an Implementation Specialist for a regional distributor. He works to implement and enhance new processes in a distribution center setting. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bob Jones University and a Six Sigma Green Belt from Villanova University. In the past, he has held various positions in operations management including Branch Manager, Operations Supervisor, and Director of Business Administration. He enjoys mountain biking and playing tennis in his spare time.
Joyce B. Harding RN, PCA, FCN
Joyce has an exceptional background as a healthcare professional, community services and support systems provider and a parent of two (2) children with multiple challenges. As a Registered Nurse, Joyce has held management positions in both acute care and rehabilitation facilities. As Director of Nursing at Penn Foundation, she worked closely with people who have a dual diagnosis.
Joyce has an extensive background in working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. In order to help other families, Joyce founded and developed Sharing and Caring of Bucks County and The Coffeehouse Center of Bucks County. Each entity worked with members and their families in providing community-based support on a client centric model.
Previously, Joyce was the Chairperson for Mental Health Awareness month working with Brooke Glen Hospital in delivering an outreach program for the celebration of the gifts and arts of individuals with mental health challenges. She was a Board member for NAMI of Bucks County for three years.
Having graduated from Eastern University with a degree in Accounting, Martha worked at a CPA firm in Southampton for 10 years, then set up her own small Accounting and Tax practice. Martha was the Fiscal Director at a non-profit in Norristown for several years and is now semi-retired.
Martha was raised on a farm not far from Voice and Vision’s Warminster office, and now lives in Upper Bucks County. As the mother of four children, and grandmother of twelve, Martha has had experience dealing with issues including ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and mental health Issues. Friends and connecting with the right people have been most valuable through life and for dealing with various trials in life. Martha believes everyone has a purpose and has a special gift to be shared to make the world a better place.
Barbara enjoyed being a stay-at-home mom when her boys were young. As they went off to school Barbara did too; working for Quakertown Christian School for 19 years. While working, Barbara continued her studies and now has her MA in Counseling. Having a son who struggled with depression and substance abuse who took his life in 2011, Barbara has a deep desire to see people maintain hope and be healthy in spirit, soul, mind, and body. She is grateful her youngest son has been in recovery for over six years and is proud of him and his sobriety.
Barbara currently works at East Rockhill Elementary School. She attends Morning Star Fellowship in Quakertown, where she has served in various capacities for over 13 years. Barbara has been married to Jim for 31 years and enjoys spending time with him, her son and daughter-in-law.
David started his education in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, graduating from Germantown High School and completing his undergraduate degree at Cheyney University in Industrial Education specializing in electronics. After teaching for a while in the Philadelphia School District, he went to work in private industry doing a stint at Texas Instruments and the Xerox Company.
Feeling the need to serve his country, David enlisted in the United States Army and served two tours as a Behavioral Specialist with the 82nd Airborne. While in the Army, he was the noncommissioned officer in charge of Division Mental Health at Fort Bragg and served as the mental health, drug and alcohol coordinator for the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in the Middle East and Granada.
Upon his discharge, David took a position at Northwest Community Services serving as a mental health emergency intake specialist. He completed his master’s in counseling psychology at Chestnut Hill College and continued to work in mental health and substance abuse field for over forty years at the Philadelphia Veterans Administration Hospital, Impact Services, Warren E Smith Centers and finally at Gaudenzia Incorporated where he retired as Division Director of Chester County Outpatient Programs.
William A. Holt
William (Bill) Holt is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia with a BA Degree majoring in Psychology and minoring in Sociology. Bill obtained his Master’s Degree in Social Work from Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work & Social Research majoring in case work and social services administration. Bill has received certification as a Drug & Alcohol Specialist and Equal Opportunity Specialist from the U.S. Air Force. He served 30 years in the military retiring as a Master Sergeant in 2005. Bill was employed for 12 years as the Philadelphia Division Director of Behavioral Health at Horizon House leaving that position in 2014; prior to that he worked for 15 years as the Senior Forensic Specialist & Director of Forensic Aftercare for the Philadelphia Office of Mental Health; 8.5 years as the Mental Health Specialist for the U.S. Probation Office; 2 years as the Director of Children’s Services at Transitional Residence Independence Service in New Jersey and 6.5 years as the Senior therapist at the ACT drug treatment program. Bill has also worked in various county, state & federal correctional institutions in full time and/or part time positions during his career. Since 1999 Bill has been an Adjunct Professor in the Behavioral Health Counseling & Family Therapy Program at Drexel University and since 2005 he has been an Adjunct Professor at St. Joseph’s University in the Masters Degree Program in Criminal Justice.