MFB Florida advisory board changes
There are a few changes in the MFB Florida advisory board with the retirement of president Stanley Sinn. WE're also blessed to welcome a well-qualified replacement.
Stan Sinn served as the first MFB Florida advisory board president for seven years. He retired from this role at the end of 2022.
"When you meet Stan, you can feel his leadership," says MFB Marketing and Development Manager Scot Buss. "Through dedication and hard work, he helped provide a vision for MFB Florida."
"We could not be more grateful for the ways Stan has helped MFB Florida for the past seven years," says Karl Steidinger, Executive Director. "His determination, leadership, and overall care for this organization and its mission have been a huge asset to our success."
Though no longer board president, Stan is still part of the MFB Florida family, and we wish him well.
Midwest Food Bank welcomes new advisory board member Lee Ford. Lee is a highly respected community leader with over 35 years of experience in governmental affairs, project management, and community involvement in Southwest Florida.
Lee launched the operations of the Boston Red Sox Spring Training Facility at the City of Palms Park. He has long-standing relationships with civic and community leaders, having worked with the City of Fort Myers, Lee County, and Florida state elected officials. Lee has also assisted nonprofit and faith-based organizations with fundraising, community, and project development.
"Lee brings extensive community connections to MFB Florida," says Scot. "He is passionate about feeding those in need and will be a valuable addition to the board."
Lee is a leader who inspires people to step forward to support a cause and serves as a role model for staff, volunteers, and team members. We welcome Lee to the MFB Florida board.
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