David worked in Illinois at a local health department managing a large public health program, provided capacity building and technical assistance, and worked as an evaluation specialist. His past professional experiences also include social services work as a case manager for Latino foster children as well as direct HIV services work to Asian and immigrant populations. He holds a B.A. degree in Psychology and International Studies from Northwestern University and an M.P.H. from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Barbara joined the Food Bank as director of development and marketing in 2006 and has 20 years’ experience in nonprofit fund development and marketing/business development in the for-profit healthcare industry. As Chief Development Officer, she is responsible for leading the Food Bank’s fundraising and marketing initiatives. Her development team is responsible for individual and institutional giving, major gifts, marketing/communications, corporate partnerships, planned giving and special events. She also oversees a variety of community engagement initiatives through the Food Bank’s volunteer and food drive programs. Barbara received her B.A. from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Marcy recently joined the Food Bank as Director of Human Resources in 2014. She has over 14 years of management, accounting and human resources experience in both private sector and nonprofit organizations in the Bay Area and Phoenix metro areas. Previously, Marcy worked at KIPP Bay Area Schools, where she managed the human resources and payroll operations for 9 public charter schools throughout the SF Bay Area. She holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation from the Human Resources Certification Institute, a B.A. in political science from the University of California at Los Angeles, an M.B.A. from University of Phoenix and an ABA Paralegal Certification from California State University, East Bay. She is an active member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and the Northern California Human Resources Association (NCHRA).
Erick has been a part of the Food Bank’s work for more than 15 years. He began as a warehouse worker and driver, and has continuously assumed greater responsibilities. He brings a wealth of experience overseeing the growth of the Food Bank’s farm-fresh produce distribution as it has increased from 1.2 million pounds in 2005 to 11.2 million pounds this past year.Erick played an integral role in the Food Bank’s move to its new facility and permanent home, combining warehouse and administrative offices in 2005. Erick became director of operations as FY2011 began and the Food Bank sought to expand its volunteer program and restructure the warehouse.
Amy joined the Food Bank as director of finance in 2007. She has 20 years as a finance professional in nonprofit organizations. As the organization’s Chief Financial Officer, she oversees finance, human resources, and information technology planning. Strategic resource management is the overarching theme of her work, which includes balancing financial, personnel, technology, and other assets to support the organization’s mission. Previously, Amy served as the senior financial analyst at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art where she monitored the museum’s annual budget, museum store purchasing, endowment funds and federal grants. She holds a B.S. in business administration from the University of California at Riverside and a Masters in Public and Private Management from Yale School of Management. She has also worked with San Francisco Works, the San Francisco Symphony and the Exploratorium.