The mission of Good Shepherd Food Bank is to eliminate hunger in Maine by sourcing and distributing nutritious food to people in need, building strong community partnerships, and mobilizing the public in the fight to end hunger.
The story of Good Shepherd Food Bank is one of small beginnings, but of consistent and impressive growth. In 1981, JoAnn and Ray Pike noticed the amount of food being wasted locally and soon after saw a newspaper article about a food bank in Kansas City.
When positions are available, they can be viewed here.
Kristen Miale – President email@example.com
Kathy Helming – Vice President of Community Partnerships firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan O’Connor – Vice President of Finance & Administration email@example.com
Erin Fogg – Vice President of Development firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Chin – Vice President of Supply Chain email@example.com
Melissa Huston – Community Engagement Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Arundel – Grant Program Manager email@example.com
Michelle Hayes, SKH Human Resource Solutions
Bruce Daman, Hannaford Supermarkets
Robert Moore, BerryDunn
Barbara Gagne, TD Bank
John Bennett, Oakhurst Dairy
Kevin Carleton, Reflexis Systems, Inc.
Jim Darroch, Backyard Farms
Jason Fournier, BerryDunn
Stacey Haskell, Bangor Savings Bank
Scott Maker, UNUM
Frank Pecoraro, Mulberry Farms
Peter Richardson, RM Davis, Inc.
Victoria W. Rogers, MD, Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital
Ben Sprague, First National Bank
Dyana Tull, Retail Business Services, LLC
Bill Williamson, Bank of America
Clara McConnell, Director of Public Affairs firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Nadeau, Director of Human Resources email@example.com
Sam Michaud, Director of Facilities firstname.lastname@example.org