Halton Food for Thought’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Nancy Rumple will become Halton Food for Thought’s new Executive Director, effective immediately.
Nancy has been a Halton Food For Thought team member for over six years, previously leading Communications and Development for the organization. Prior to that Nancy served in various leadership roles at the YMCA.
“Nancy’s passion for healthy living, feeding kids, and serving the Halton community, combined with her knowledge of and commitment to Halton Food For Thought make her an asset to our organization,” said Leigh-Ann Justice, Vice-Chair of the Board. “Over the past year Nancy, and the entire Halton Food For Thought team, have worked tirelessly to ensure that no student goes hungry at school – whether those students are in class or at home, even in the summer months.”
Please join us in welcoming Nancy to her new role at Halton Food for Thought.
Halton Food for Thought, in partnership with the community, is the sole provider of Student Nutrition Programs in schools across Halton Region. We believe that when given access to healthy food at school, every student has the best chance for success. Our vision is a Halton Region in which “no student goes hungry at school”! We Feed Kids! Healthy Food! Thousands Every Day!
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Leigh-Ann Justice email@example.com