Food Tank spoke with the Executive Director of the Food Recovery Network, Regina Northouse, who will be speaking at the Food Tank Summit in Washington, D.C.
For over a decade, Regina has worked in the nonprofit sector, committed to social justice issues. At the Coro Center for Civic Leadership in Pittsburgh, she worked with employers in all sectors to establish internship programs and to match talented individuals with those opportunities. Regina believes that people are the engines of positive change, and worked at Independent Sector and LIFT in Washington, DC to raise awareness of the nonprofit sector’s abilities to solve our society’s most complex issues, as well as to support individuals in their abilities to manage toward success. Regina recently joined the FRN team and is committed to supporting colleges and businesses in working collaboratively with their communities to feed families. Regina graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Master’s in Literary and Cultural Studies and hails from the great state of Maine.