Mike Rosiak currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Pediatric and Ambulatory Care Services at Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital where he is responsible for managing operational and financial functions while monitoring and ensuring positive rehabilitative outcomes and patient satisfaction. He focuses on strengthening the organization in its position within the ever-changing healthcare environment. Mike has been with Weisman Children’s since 2014 and brings nearly 30 years of executive level healthcare experience with him. Prior to his current position, Mike served as the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of a healthcare services consultancy and as Executive Director of Clinical Services for Voorhees Pediatric Facility where as a leader of the program development team, he was instrumental in the creation of Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital. Mike is the Founder and President of the New Jersey Pediatric Patient’s Charitable Trust Fund, Inc., a non-profit organization providing funding support to children with special needs in Southern New Jersey.
Kathy Hall-Olsen currently serves as the Administrator of Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital, where she oversees clinical and operational functions. She focuses on both qualitative and quantitative aspects of hospital operations and has been instrumental in expanding hospital programs to better meet the needs of the community, including chronic disease management and population health initiatives. Kathy has been with Weisman Children’s since 1999. Prior to her role as hospital administrator, Kathy held key positions on the Weisman Children’s leadership team. She led the development of the rehabilitation therapy department across the system including the inpatient, outpatient and medical day care programs. In addition to administrative and clinical roles, Kathy has held positions on the academic faculties of The Stockton College of NJ, La Salle University and William Paterson University. She has also presented nationally on a variety of pediatric rehabilitation topics. Kathy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The College of New Jersey, Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Temple University, and has completed her Doctoral coursework in Special Education Administration at Temple University. Kathy is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, NJ Council of Children’s Hospitals, NJ Hospital Association, American Speech Language & Hearing Association and South Jersey Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Connie Domingo | Medical Director
Dr. Connie Domingo currently serves as the Medical Director of Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital, where she is in charge of medical management and rehab for all children and adolescents served at the hospital. Dr. Domingo has been with Weisman Children's since 1999 and is dual board-certified in pediatrics and physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her areas of expertise include pediatric traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spasticity, pain management neuromuscular disease and sports medicine. She is also on staff as a consultant physician at Virtua Health System, Cooper University Hospital, Shriners Hospital and St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. Dr. Domingo graduated from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and completed her residency training at Albert Einstein Medical Center and Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. Domingo served as Governor Appointee to the New Jersey Special Education & Traumatic Brain Injury task force and as a Board member of the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey where she is also a member of their Sports Concussion and Children and Adolescents Committee.
Corinne Taylor-Walls | Director of Outpatient Rehabilitation
Corinne Taylor-Walls currently serves as the Director of Outpatient Rehabilitation Services for Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital, where she oversees operations of all of the outpatient centers throughout Southern New Jersey. Corinne has been practicing physical therapy for over ten years and joined Weisman Children’s in 2015 in her current role. Corinne has undergone advanced training as a pediatric physical therapist by completing a clinical residency at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. During this time, she was the co-principal investigator of a research study that examined the social aspects associated with concussions in adolescents. Corinne is also a former LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities) Fellow and co-chaired the Fellows Forum where she created a platform for dialogue between former hospital patients and healthcare providers to improve patient and family engagement. Corinne was the co-founder of a community based health organization that worked to promote health education in underserved communities through seminars and community health fairs. Her collaborations with independent and hospital based healthcare providers lead to the creation of health education curriculums for elementary and high school programs. Corinne has also developed functional training programs for high school, college, semi-professional, and professional athletes. Corinne holds a Doctorate degree in physical therapy from New York Institute of Technology. She is passionate about increasing her professional knowledge as well as serving the community around her.
Diana Ciurczak | Medical Day Care Administrator
Diana Ciurczak currently serves as the Administrator of Weisman Children’s Medical Day Care in Vineland, New Jersey, where she is responsible for all the day-to-day operations of the program including staffing, ensuring all regulations are met, budgeting, transportation, building maintenance and community relations. Diana has been with Weisman Children’s since 2007. Prior to her current position, she was Administrator of Weisman Children’s Medical Day Care in Atlantic City. Diana has also held positions as Assistant Director for a Head Start program in Southern New Jersey, Manager of Psychosocial Care and Administrator in a hospice facility, and Social Worker at University of Maryland Medical System. Diana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and a Master of Administration in Social Work from the University of Maryland Baltimore City. Diana is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Shannon Sherry | Medical Day Care Administrator
Shannon Sherry currently serves as the Administrator of Weisman Children’s Medical Day Care Center in Pennsauken, New Jersey, where she supervises staff and contractors, ensures compliance with the Department of Health and Child Care regulations, revises policies, collaborates with referring physicians and organizations, and ensures that patients receive the best care. Shannon has been with Weisman Children’s since 2012. Prior to her current position, she held the Director of Nursing position, where she was responsible for supervising all nursing staff and assistive personnel, managing the nursing services provided at Medical Day Care, was involved in the pre-admission and discharge planning processes and developed the interdisciplinary plan of care for each child. She also held a staff nursing position where she provided direct care to children from birth to six years of age with special needs such as seizure disorders, severe asthma, and sickle cell disease; children requiring supplemental tube feedings, nebulizer treatments and airway management. Prior to her employment with Weisman Children’s, Shannon worked as a staff nurse at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children from 2008-2015. From 2008-2010, she worked on a medical surgical floor specializing in renal patients and dialysis. During this time, she provided direct care to pediatric patients and functioned as a charge nurse working closely with the nurse manager and staff. During the remainder of her time at St. Christopher’s, Shannon worked in the nursing pool providing direct care to patients in various units throughout the hospital. Shannon holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Drexel University and a second Bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion from Rowan University. She is passionate about educating staff to grow their knowledge to better care for our patients and families.
Jennifer Sulpizi | Director of Human Resources
Jennifer currently serves as the Director of Human Resources at Weisman Children’s, where she is responsible for overseeing the Human Resources department in areas of recruitment, hiring, conflict resolution, change management, employee relations, payroll administration and benefit administration. She prides herself in building strong relationships across all levels of staff, management, and key-decision makers. Jennifer has been with Weisman Children’s since 2015. Prior to her current position, Jennifer worked as a Human Resources Consultant where she balanced numerous clients in varying HR positions, such as a recruiter, benefit analyst, and full-circle HR professional. Her tasks ranged from short-term projects, such as assisting with implementation and transition to new HR and/or payroll systems, analyzing benefit plans and processes, to longer-term engagement positions such as a recruitment and HR manager as an outsourced HR department. Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from La Salle University and a Master’s Certificate in Human Resource Management from Villanova University. She is passionate about helping others professionally and personally; passionate about giving back to the community through volunteering; passionate about organizations who support the health, growth, and care of children; passionate about organizations who support the care for animals (volunteer for the Camden County Animal Shelter 2009-2014).
Chris Maciborski | Director of Communications
Chris Maciborski currently serves as the Director of Communications at Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital, where he oversees marketing, communications, and public relations for the organization. He also spearheads the organization’s Momentum Team which aims to improve employee and community engagement. Chris has been with Weisman Children’s since 2014 where he originally started as the outpatient marketing coordinator. Prior to his current position, he served as a physical therapist and worked for nine years in medical sales selling assistive mobility equipment as well as medical and surgical supplies before joining Weisman Children’s. Chris holds a Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Science and a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy, both from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Chris is a member of the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development and the Public Relations Society of America.