Matt Chin, president of Harvesting Good, has been with Good Shepherd Food Bank for eight years. Harvesting Good is a wholly-owned for-profit subsidiary of Good Shepherd Food Bank. Its mission is to improve access to nutritious food for people in need and strengthen regional food systems by creating food processing infrastructure for farmers in the Northeast.
Previously, Matt was vice president of supply chain and was responsible for growing the capacity so the Food Bank could meet their bold goal by 2025, ensuring that all food-insecure Mainers have access to the food they need, when and where they need it. The Supply Chain organization includes distribution centers in Auburn and Hampden, our fleet of tractor-trailers, sourcing, inventory management, facilities, and safety.
Prior to Good Shepherd Food Bank, Matt was the executive vice president of business operations at Goodwill of Northern New England. Before Goodwill, Matt spent 25 years at Fairchild/National Semiconductor working in process improvement, sales operations, finance, IT, and various marketing positions.
Matt received his Sc.B. from Brown University and his M.B.A. from the University of Southern California. He lives in Yarmouth with his wife and has two grown boys. He serves on MaineHealth board, Fork Food Labs board, Maine Farm to Institution leadership team, and The Woodlands’ Handicap Committee.← Back to Latest News