Community Food Bank of Central Alabama names new CEO

Community Food Bank of Central Alabama names new CEO

The Community Food Bank of Central Alabama has appointed a new CEO. Nicole Williams took office effective November 18. She was provisionally appointed at the end of February 2022. In 2020, Williams served as the agency’s first head of development. She previously had community service experience with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Sight Savers America, Kid One Transport and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society years due to the pandemic, supply chain issues and inflation. Together as a community we can support our neighbors in need. Together with our agency partners, donors, board and staff, we can bring hope and nourishment to those who are starving. I look forward to continuing the great work of the Food Bank as we work toward our mission of feeding people in need today and fostering collaborative solutions to end hunger tomorrow.” Board Chair Mary Alice Kline said Williams “is one of a kind qualified to lead our organization at this point in our growth trajectory, and we look forward to the many contributions she will make to fill the food gap for our neighbors affected by food insecurity than 230 pantries, shelters and programs for children.

The Community Food Bank of Central Alabama has appointed a new CEO.

Nicole Williams took over the post effective November 18. She was provisionally appointed at the end of February 2022.

In 2020, Williams served as the agency’s first head of development.

She previously had community service experience with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Sight Savers America, Kid One Transport and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

In a statement, Williams said, in part, “One in five people in central Alabama is food insecure, and that need has intensified in recent years due to the pandemic, supply chain issues and inflation.” Together as a community we can support our neighbors in need. Together with our agency partners, donors, board and staff, we can bring hope and nourishment to those who are starving. I look forward to continuing the great work of the Food Bank as we work towards our mission to feed those in need today and foster shared solutions to end hunger tomorrow.”

CEO Mary Alice Kline said Williams “is uniquely qualified to lead our organization at this point in our growth trajectory, and we look forward to the many contributions she will make to close the food gap for our food insecure neighbors .”

The Community Food Bank of Central Alabama delivered more than 16.2 million meals a year to more than 230 pantries, shelters, and children’s programs.

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