Stephanie Berry Joins Volunteers of America as Senior Vice President of Strategy and Development


INDIANAPOLIS, IN (February 2023)

Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana is pleased to announce the hiring of Stephanie Berry as Senior Vice President of Strategy and Development.

Berry brings more than 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry, including an impressive background in strategic planning for behavioral health departments.

Most recently, Berry served as Director of Community Health and Behavioral Services for Indiana University Health. Indiana University Health is a nonprofit healthcare system located in Indiana. It is the largest and most comprehensive healthcare system in Indiana, with 16 hospitals under its IU Health brand and almost 36,000 employees.

She joins Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana’s leadership team to support the organization’s strategic planning efforts, grant development, and process improvement.

“It is an honor to join Volunteers of America where they truly live their mission every day. I’m eager to develop strategies, build partnerships, and expand programs that will offer hope and restore dignity for our neighbors in need.”

Stephanie Berry
Senior Vice President, Strategy and Development

“Stephanie is an experienced leader with a passion for our mission. I look forward to her strategic involvement across the organization to meet the growing needs and support healthier individuals and families throughout our Ohio and Indiana communities,” said John R. von Arx III, President and CEO of Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana.

About Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana
Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those in need live healthy, safe, and productive lives. Through thousands of human services programs, including housing and healthcare services, Volunteers of America helps nearly 1.5 million people across the country and more than 17,000 in Ohio and Indiana.

Since 1896, our ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups including low-income seniors, veterans, homeless individuals and families, men and women returning home after incarceration, homeless individuals and families, and those recovering from addictions. Visit for more information.

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