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Kelberman Center names new director of community relations

Posted 9/19/22

Bethany Wendt, of Constableville, has recently been named director of community relations at the Kelberman Center, a regional provider of programs and services for individuals with autism.

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Kelberman Center names new director of community relations

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UTICA — Bethany Wendt, of Constableville, has recently been named director of community relations at the Kelberman Center, a regional provider of programs and services for individuals with autism.

Wendt will work with agency leadership to develop and achieve short- and long-term goals as it relates to community relations and partnerships within the Utica and Syracuse areas, according to the agency announcement. She will also assist the agency in increasing collaborations with future community partners to strengthen the impact of the organization within the community.

Wendt comes to Kelberman Center with many years of experience working within the developmentally disabled community. From residential coordination to care management supervision to most recently working as a corporate trainer in learning and development.

She has a master’s degree in health care administration from Utica College and holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the State University of New York at Cortland.  

The Kelberman Center provides of autism services for children, adults and families in the Mohawk Valley and Central New York, including programming and services for people throughout all phases of life, from early childhood through adulthood.

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