Berg will take over the organization’s helm on June 25. She replaces form CHH executive director Amy Rohler, who took the executive director position at United Way of Southern Chautauqua County earlier this year.
Prior to joining Community Helping Hands, Berg had served as an adult education workforce development and grant specialist with Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES since 2013.
Other positions include residential services coordinator/workforce development with Chautauqua Opportunities, and serving as mayor of Sinclairville.
Berg has a bachelor’s degree in community and human services degree from the Empire State College and an associate’s of science degree from Jamestown Community College.
For more information about Community Helping Hands, visit www.chhny.org or call 487-1488