BFAIR Names New Vice President of Residential Services

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Michelle Carleton has been promoted to vice president of residential services at BFAIR (Berkshire Family and Individual Resources).

Carleton is responsible for overseeing the DDS Residential & Acquired Brain Injury Residential Services, Adult Family Care/Shared Living and the director of maintenance.

"With the recent structure reorganization, Michelle's promotion to vice president of residential services is well-deserved. She has brought much experience to this position and continues to provide the level of support and service that matches the BFAIR mission," said Rich Weisenflue, BFAIR's CEO. 

Carleton has more than three decades of experience working in the health care and the human service field.  Since joining BFAIR in March of 2017, she has held the positions of Acquired Brain Injury Program coordinator and most recently the director of Acquired Brain Injury Residential Services.


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