JAMESTOWN – United Way of Southern Chautauqua County is announcing Amy Rohler as its new executive director.
Rev. Rohler, currently executive director for Community Helping Hands, will succeed Tory Irgang who is leaving the organization to serve as executive director for the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation.
Rohler has served as the executive director for Community Helping Hands since 2009.
In her time there, the organization grew from a thrift store meeting emergency clothing and household needs to include a family center, and more recently, relationship-based workforce development.
Rohler will spend the next several weeks transitioning out of her role at Community Helping Hands, and plans to begin at the United Way sometime in mid November.
United Way of Southern Chautauqua County provides funding to 25 community partners to support 41 local programs.