Ms. Berg founded the Friends of New York Cornell Hospital in Westchester County. She received a Courage Award from President Reagan for an Outward Bound course she organized for women with breast cancer while she was the Associate Director of Service and Rehabilitation for the Westchester Division of The American Cancer Society. Subsequently, she became the co-chair of SHARE, an organization offering emotional and educational support for women with breast cancer. During her tenure over a three year period, she was able to increase the funds raised by 280%. In 1993, Ms. Berg co-founded The Catalog For Giving, raising over $5 million for community based organizations working with at-risk youth of New York City. From 2000 to 2004, she served on the Legal Disciplinary Committee for the First Judicial District in New York City and from 2003 to 2012, she was on the board of The Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation. Currently, she is on the board of the Fund For Columbia County. Ms. Berg received her BA at Wheaton College and lives in Ancramdale, NY.