Catholic Charities CEO to Retire in April: Bergh’s Tenure Brought Program Expansion and New Services
by Eileen Connelly, OSU When Ted Bergh retires from his position as CEO of Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio (CCSWO) on April 3, he will do so knowing he responded to God’s call, along with making an indelible impact on the lives of those experiencing poverty. Bergh, who ministered with Catholic
CINCINNATI, OH – February 26, 2020 – Last November, Ted Bergh, current Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio announced his retirement after eight years of service. Catholic Charities’ current Chief Operations Officer, Tony Stieritz, will be taking over the role of CEO effective April 6, 2020. Tony has
When you meet JoEtta Oglesby, it’s impossible not to get caught up in her abundant joy and buoyant personality. As she will readily tell you, much of her joy comes from spending her days volunteering as a foster grandparent, assisting children in the classroom through Catholic Charities’ Senior Corps program.
Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio CEO takes hands on approach to ministry For two decades, Ted Bergh worked in a business charged with being the community watchdog, reporting the good and bad of a changing society. Today, the former chief financial officer of the Gannett-owned Cincinnati Enquirer, finds himself serving
Staff Report Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio announced today that the 100-year-old organization will relocate from its present location in downtown Cincinnati to the Mid Pointe Tower building in Roselawn, beginning Jan. 9, 2015. A post on the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Facebook page linked to a story in the Cincinnati