Staff Biographies

Staff Biographies

Chris Baker
Community Engagement Coordinator
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 313
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Chris Baker
Community Engagement Coordinator
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 313
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


In her role as Community Engagement Coordinator, Chris helps coordinate and support key initiatives and programs that engage with the community, helps support the organization as a whole through meeting and technology support, and supports the operations, development, and program teams with ongoing and specific projects and events.

Chris holds a B.S in Women, Gender & Sexualities Studies with a minor in Community Health Education and a B.S in Liberal Studies with a minor in Indigenous Nations Studies, both from Portland State University. Before coming to Hunger-Free Oregon, Chris served as an AmeriCorps VISTA at the Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) in Portland. She is dedicated to surrounding herself in work that supports grassroots social change, women’s empowerment and advocacy, and policy changes that reduce racial, social and gendered disparities.

Chris lives in the suburbs of Portland with her two boys and her beloved dog Lucy.

Chloe Eberhardt
Senior Program Manager, SNAP
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext.308
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Chloe Eberhardt
Senior Program Manager, SNAP
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext.308
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Chloe joined Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon in July 2015. As the Senior Program Manager, SNAP, she works with local communities and statewide leaders to identify access barriers, provide training, tools and support to community partners, and increase SNAP participation statewide.

Previously, Chloe worked with Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, supporting AmeriCorps members throughout the Northwest, and Ten Rivers Food Web, as a community organizer focused on local food system efforts in Lincoln County, Oregon. She also served as a RARE AmeriCorps member in eastern and coastal Oregon conducting community food assessments. Chloe holds a B.A. in International Political Economy from Fordham University in New York.

Marianne Germond
Operations Director
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 306
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Marianne Germond
Operations Director
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 306
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Marianne directs operations for Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon, including, budgeting, finance, human resources, information and risk management, and technology.

Before joining PHFO in 2012, Marianne provided contract research and writing services, and previously worked for Community Action Program of East Central Oregon. Marianne graduated from Grinnell College and has volunteered in schools and with the League of Women Voters of Oregon.

Fatima Jawaid
Child Hunger Prevention
Program Manager
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 307
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Fatima Jawaid
Child Hunger Prevention Program Manager
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 307
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Fatima joined Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon in August 2018. In her role as Program Manager, Child Hunger Prevention, Fatima provides support and outreach to help nutrition program providers connect with parents to increase the number of children participating in the School Breakfast Program (SBP), the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), the After School Meals and Snack Program (CACFP), and the Summer Food Service Program.

Prior to working at PHFO, Fatima had an extensive background in the social service sector where she worked to connect individuals of diverse backgrounds to community resources, employment, stable housing, and other needs. She has a strong passion for social justice, equity, and grassroots organizing. Originally from northern Minnesota, Fatima has a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and a BA in Journalism and International Studies from the University of Minnesota Duluth.

Alison Killeen
Senior Program Manager, Community Engagement
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Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Alison Killeen
Senior Program Manager, Community Engagement
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Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Alison builds collaborative partnerships with individuals and organizations statewide using community organizing strategies, volunteer opportunities, and legislative advocacy. A Minnesota native, Alison previously served at an interfaith social justice coalition in Minneapolis directing its legislative advocacy network.

Alison holds a B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature from Luther College in Decorah, IA, and a Master in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Alison is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, with her calling in the social justice arena.

Annie Kirschner, Executive Director
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(503) 595-5501, ext. 309
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Annie Kirschner, Executive Director
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 309
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Annie leads our efforts to prevent hunger across Oregon. Previously she acted as Hunger-Free Oregon’s program director, development director, and for seven years oversaw our childhood hunger efforts, managing statewide outreach for the Summer Food Program and After School Meal and Snack Program, building partnerships and increasing awareness. Annie came to the Oregon Hunger Relief Task Force as an AmeriCorps VISTA for a year, before joining the staff of Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon in 2006.

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing and previously worked with a teen anti-drug media project and taught ESL to recent refugees.

Lizzie Martinez
Director of Development and Marketing
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(503) 595-5501, ext. 300
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Lizzie Martinez
Director of Development and Marketing
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 300
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Lizzie is passionate about using fundraising and communications to connect people with social justice and anti-poverty initiatives. In Portland, she has worked as a fundraiser for Housing Oregon (formerly Oregon Opportunity Network) and Latino Network. She joined the Hunger-Free Oregon team in the spring of 2018.

She volunteers as a member of the Multnomah County Library Advisory Board and as a board member with MRG Foundation and Willamette Valley Development Officers. She is also active in the Fundraisers of Color affinity group. In her spare time, she likes to travel around the world, read good books, and enjoy the beautiful PNW!

Matt Newell-Ching
Public Affairs Director
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(503) 595-5501, ext. 303
Pronouns: He/Him/His

Matt Newell-Ching
Public Affairs Director
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 303
Pronouns: He/Him/His


Matt joined Hunger-Free Oregon in 2015 and has 15 years of experience as a grassroots organizer and policy analyst on issues relating to hunger, homelessness, global health and international development. He has worked at organizations including Bread for the World, Feeding America, Sojourners, the Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee and the National Alliance to End Homelessness.
He lives in Portland with his wife, Megan, two kids and three chickens.

Etta O’Donnell-King
Communications and Donor Relations Coordinator
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Pronouns: They/Them/Theirs

Etta O’Donnell-King
Communications and Donor Relations Coordinator
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Pronouns: They/Them/Theirs


Etta joined Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon as the Communications AmeriCorps VISTA member in March 2017. Since July 2018, they have been the Communications and Donor Relations Coordinator. In this position, they manage external communications for the organization and support the Development Director in fundraising work.

Prior to joining PHFO, they earned a Bachelors of Art in Government and Applied Statistics from Smith College, as well as interning at the Centre for Multiparty Democracy in Nairobi, Kenya.

Angie Stapleton
SNAP Outreach AmeriCorps VISTA
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Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Angie Stapleton
SNAP Outreach AmeriCorps VISTA
[email protected]
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Angie joined Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon as the SNAP Outreach AmeriCorps VISTA in August of 2018.  Her work is focused on developing partnerships and providing SNAP application assistance and outreach trainings for students and staff at community colleges and universities in Oregon. Angie holds a B.S. in Public Health and an M.P.A. with a concentration in Public Policy.

Steve Wytcherley
Program Director
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(503) 595-5501, ext. 302
Pronouns: He/Him/His

Steve Wytcherley, Program Director
[email protected]
(503) 595-5501, ext. 302
Pronouns: He/Him/His


Steve joined Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon in July 2016. Coming from a 20-year history of nonprofit and international aid work, Steve lived and worked in Asia, Africa and Latin America with organizations including Health and Nutritional Development Services and Medical Teams International. Prior work has involved both emergency relief and response with refugee and vulnerable populations, and community development among under-resourced communities. Steve is passionate about helping people to flourish. He believes in serving people, families and communities in order to encourage stability and hope.

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Partners

Together, we can end hunger in Oregon

Ending hunger in Oregon requires many partners!

Thank you to everyone who joins us in this community effort to reduce stigma of food assistance and fight for just policies that ensure every Oregonian has access to healthy, nutritious, and culturally appropriate food.

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Anti-Hunger Movement Partners

Statewide

AFSCME


Children First for Oregon


Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon


Family Forward Oregon


IRCO


Meals on Wheels People


Oregon Center on Public Policy


Oregon Dairy and Nutrition Council


Oregon Department of Education


Oregon Education Association


Oregon Food Bank


Oregon Latino Health Coalition


Oregon Law Center


Oregon School Nutrition Association (OSNA)


SEIU


National

Albertsons


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities


Feeding America


Food and Research Action Center


Hunger Is


National Immigration Law Center


Share Our Strength


Safeway


Western Region Anti-Hunger Consortium


Walmart


Thank you to everyone who is a Partner in ending hunger!

We couldn’t do this work without our individual partners who choose to make monthly or annual donations to sustain programs and advocacy. Thank you!

Become a Partner

Special thanks to our monthly donors!

See our 2017 Donor List

Learn how to be a partner

Interested in supporting our work? Contact Lizzie Martinez at [email protected] to discuss options!


Employment

Join Our Team!

Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon values the unique talents and diverse perspectives of our staff and volunteers. We believe that each employee contributes directly to our growth and success, and we take pride in our team. We believe that all of us can make a positive difference toward ending hunger in Oregon – that includes you! Please consider joining our team.

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About Us

Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon works with the community to end hunger before it begins.

We envision an Oregon where everyone is healthy and thriving, with access to affordable, nutritious and culturally appropriate food. To bring that vision into reality, we raise awareness about hunger, connect people to nutrition programs, and advocate for systemic changes that end hunger before it begins.

Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in our internal operations and when considering the impacts of our work. We do not discriminate on the bases of race, ethnicity, color, religion, creed, gender, disability, socio-economic background, age, sexual orientation, marital and family status, political affiliation, national origin, ancestry, or any other legally protected class. People of color, from diverse communities, and/or people who bring personal experience of poverty are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Strategic Plan & Annual Report

We work with partners across the state to prevent hunger in Oregon.

Strategic Plan

We have a strong track record of influencing public policies to lift people out of poverty. Every year, we help connect thousands of children to healthy meals year-round and provide information to tens of thousands of Oregonians about SNAP. We train and equip local partners to find solutions to hunger in their own communities. We convene the formidable experts of the Oregon Hunger Task Force for collective action.

In developing our new strategic plan, we heard from dozens of partners, volunteers and people we serve about how to best increase food security over the next two years.

The result is a clear set of objectives and a focus on three goals: pursuing equity, building the anti-hunger movement and strengthening the capacity of our organization.

In our pursuit of equity and justice, we reaffirm the founding declaration of the Oregon Hunger Task Force that “all persons have the right to be free from hunger” and recommit to work on behalf of those disproportionately denied that right. In the next two years, this means digging into the root causes of hunger, like racism, and shifting the way we advocate to include the leadership of those most impacted.

We appreciate the many supporters who help us achieve our mission and look forward to partnering with you!

Strategic Plan [PDF, 2MB]

Annual Report

Together with our partners, we help to raise awareness about hunger, connect people to nourishing food, and advocate for change. You can read more, along with a full list of our incredible supporters, in our full 2017 Annual Report. Below is a snapshot of what we accomplished together last year.

10,775

10,775

Kids connected to breakfast

We partnered with 81 Oregon schools to boost School Breakfast participation. Collectively, these schools served 178,000 school breakfasts in November alone and increased access to the program for 1,300 students.

2,765

Kids connected to summer nutrition

Kids Connected to Summer Nutrition

Through our Summer Meals Support Fund grants, we supported 18 communities that were able to serve 143,480 summer meals, provide learning activities and build community.

55,500+

Oregonians connected

with information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to strengthen a stable and reliable connection to food.

55,500+

First 12-Member

cohort of our Hunger-Free Leadership Institute graduated.

First 12-member cohort of our Hunger-Free Leadership Institute graduated.

This fall we welcomed a second cohort of leaders, building a community of support among 7 amazing women as they call for justice and equity in their communities.

we won state legislative changes

we won state legislative changes

that help Oregonians put food on the table, including an additional $1.2 million for local fruits and vegetables for seniors and families participating in WIC! Advocacy helped preserve programs facing funding cuts, such as Farm to School and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).

Thanks to everyone who made this progress possible in 2017.

Help end hunger-join us by taking action this year!

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History & Mission

Together, we can end hunger in Oregon

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We are leaders in the anti-hunger movement.

We envision an Oregon where everyone is healthy and thriving, with access to affordable, nutritious and culturally appropriate food.

To bring that vision into reality, we raise awareness about hunger, connect people to nutrition programs, and advocate for systemic changes.

Our mission statement highlights the three strategies that are fundamental to address hunger at the scale of the problem and tackle the root causes: learn, connect, advocate.

This model–gathering and disseminating information, expanding access to key anti-hunger programs and engaging stakeholders in public policy reform–builds on our strengths and leverages the expertise of our partners and those impacted by hunger.

As a relatively small non-profit with 10 staff, we draw strength from a wide network of partners, advocates, leaders and donors across the state. From mayors to moms to chefs to doctors, people across the state join this movement in making change.

Together, we can end hunger in Oregon.

History

The story of Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon begins back in 1989, when the State Legislature created the Oregon Hunger Task Force. At that time, Oregon ranked high for hunger nationally, and the legislature declared that “All persons have the right to be free from hunger.”

Over the decades this group of 20+ advocates, social service providers, state agencies and elected officials consistently pushed for policies, programs, research and investments to address the root causes of hunger.

In 2004, the Task Force gathered input from Oregonians across the state to develop the Act to End Hunger, outlining “40 ways in 5 years to make a difference,” and providing the state with a plan of action to reduce Oregon’s extremely high hunger rank.

This plan proved to be a critical organizing tool for anti-hunger advocates across the state. In 2006 the urgency of the problem and the opportunity for progress directed the members of the Oregon Hunger Task Force to launch a private non-profit organization, Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon, whose staff would provide the capacity to help implement the recommendations of the Act to End Hunger.

Since then this unique public task force and private non-profit have issued multiple updates to its state plan. Together we have continued to focus on the long term goals of addressing the root causes of hunger so Oregonians can purchase the food they need, while increasing access to food through nutrition support programs.

Accomplishments

Together with our partners, we have helped shape the way Oregon responds to the issue of hunger.

We have a strong track record of influencing public policies to both improve anti-hunger programs and invest in solutions to poverty. Every year, we help connect thousands of children to healthy meals year-round and provide information to tens of thousands of Oregonians about SNAP. We train and equip local partners to find solutions to hunger in their own communities. We convene the formidable experts of the Oregon Hunger Task Force for collective action.

Find out what we accomplished last year

See our Annual Report


Team

Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon values the unique talents and diverse perspectives of our board members and staff.

Board of Directors

Rowena Norman, Chair

Feeding America

Arnie Gardner, Secretary/Treasurer

Nike, retired

Liz Adams

OHSU, Public Health & Preventive Medicine

Robert Cato

Zenger Farm

Donalda Dodson

Oregon Child Development Coalition

Andrew Hogan

Street Roots

Jacqueline Leung

Micronesian Islander Community

Suzanne K. McLemore

Cambia Health Solutions

Merrin Permut

Legacy Health

Sue Woodbury, MBA, RDN

Oregon Health Authority - WIC

Staff

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