Shirley Berg is the administrative lead for the Alamosa office of the Center for Rural School Health & Education. She also coordinates the AIM-XL (Assess, Identify, Make It Happen) grants for rural school districts, as well as facilitating AIM-XL school district taskforces as they use the AIM XL process to develop Comprehensive Health and Wellness Plans. As with the other original members of the Center, Shirley came to MCE from the University of Colorado Denver. She has a Masters in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and also sees clients privately along with her DU duties. In her free time she enjoys movies, books, walking, ethnic cooking, being a grandmother, and following world politics.