David Berg Named President and Chief Executive Officer of Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services

David_Berg_300dpi(SAN FRANCISCO) — Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services (NCPHS) recently announced that its Board of Directors has appointed David Berg, MBA as its next President and Chief Executive Officer. Currently the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of NCPHS, Berg will assume his new role on October 1, 2014.

“David brings knowledge of complex multi-campus organizations, first-hand experience in growth and development, and excellent strategic skills,” said Oliver Wesson, Chair of the NCPHS Board of Directors. “He has developed a reputation at NCPHS as a strong communicator with board members, residents, staff, and community stakeholders. And most importantly, he has demonstrated a deep commitment to the mission of NCPHS.”

“Few organizations have as clear a sense of purpose as NCPHS,” Berg said. “Everyone is dedicated to enriching the experience of aging for the diverse residents and clients we serve. It is a great privilege to serve with our staff and lead them to ever higher levels of performance.”

Berg has over 30 years of experience in operations, strategy, and business development for hospitals, affordable housing developers, senior living companies, and community service organizations. Since 2008, Berg has served on the NCPHS management team as Vice President of Business Development of NCP Senior Ventures, Vice President of Operations, and most recently as the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Prior to his tenure at NCPHS, Berg worked as a management consultant for 11 years, and was an executive at Catholic Healthcare West (currently Dignity Health) for 19 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Rochester and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Berg will succeed Barbara Hood, who is retiring at the end of December 2014 after 14 years as NCPHS President and CEO. Until December, Hood will focus on special projects for NCPHS.

For more information about NCPHS, please visit www.ncphs.org.

 

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