Community Health Programs Names New Trustee

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Alfred "A.J." Enchill Jr. has been named to the Community Health Programs Board of Trustees. His appointment was confirmed by the CHP board at its October meeting.

Enchill is district aide to state Sen. Adam Hinds, based in Pittsfield, where he focuses on constituent services and community outreach. He is also Hinds' appointee to the Berkshire Community Action Council's board of directors and the board of Multi-Cultural Bridge.

He previously worked as a congressional intern for U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark and, earlier, as a paralegal intern for Bikkal & Associates in White Plains, N.Y. He also worked as a junior account assistant for Thunder 11, a public relations firm.

Enchill is a 2017 graduate of Tufts University, with a B.A. in American Studies, Institutions and Power. A native of Pittsfield, he has returned to his hometown to work and serve in his community. He has volunteered at St. Mark's Food Pantry and the Salvation Army, and served as a volunteer and youth lacrosse coach in Pittsfield.

Community Health Programs, based in Great Barrington, is federally qualified health center network serving more than 30,000 Berkshire County region residents with primary health care for adults and children, women’s health care, dental care, physical therapy, vision care and nutrition services.


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