MFB Arizona welcomes four new board members
Midwest Food Bank Arizona has welcomed four new board members with diverse backgrounds and experience. They are Chris Eaton, Christine T.D. Ellis, Marcos Morales, and Debra Willis.
Chris Eaton initially joined as a new board member to help bring food and supplies to Young Life kids in need during the pandemic. He sees what a blessing Midwest Food Bank has been for so many and wanted to be more involved in the MFB mission.
Christine T.D. Ellis was born in Haiti, where she immigrated to the United States at a young age with her father. Christine's passions include taking care of the elderly, feeding the needy and homeless, and dedicating efforts to the betterment of the Haitian community. She loves helping all those in need. Christine is kind-hearted and service-minded.
Marcos Morales manages Hogar Hispano Inc., where he has dedicated his time and effort to creating housing programs that bring positive changes to distressed, underserved, and hard-hit communities. Marcos is committed to helping all people struggling with food insecurity.
Debra Willis is retired from State Farm. A coworker introduced her to Midwest Food Bank. "It was the start of a new journey and opportunity to serve God with loving, kind, and generous people," says Debra. She regularly volunteers at MFB Arizona.
We welcome these four remarkable people to the MFB family. Together we will continue to serve those who are in need with diligence, compassion, and the love of Christ.