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Our board and staff have a passion to help people struggling with hunger, poverty and homelessness.

Together, we bring more than 250 of years of experience and expertise in Nonprofit Management, Leadership, Business, Education, Theology, Psychology, Law, Culinary Arts, Employment Services, Logistics, Transportation, Development, Sales, Communications and Marketing.

If we could have our way, we would go out of business because we are not needed, because all of our neighbors have plenty of food to eat, gainful employment and a home of their own.

Until that day comes, we will continue to Feed, Clothe and Empower.

BOARDOF DIRECTORS

Lori R. Jones

President & Executive Committee

Manager Maintenance Services, SRP

David Waxberg

Treasurer & Executive Committee

Vice President, Axon Enterprise

Robert Guzman

Secretary & Executive Committee

Assistant VP, Bank of America

Shannon Dawson

Director

Teacher, Great Hearts Academy

Tom Flessor

Director

Consultation, Operations Executive

Francisco Heredia

Director

Consultant, City of Mesa Councilman

Barbara Reardon

Director & Meal Coordinator

Retired Mesa Schools Psychologist

Lisa Renaud

Director

Title Processor, Toyota Financial

Arlen Westling

Director

Retired

Chris Dunham

Director

Realtor/Owner, The Real Estate Guy

STAFF Feed, Clothe and Empower

John Farley

Director of Food Services

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Joe Celaya

Kitchen Assistant

Jaron DeCock

Cook & Kitchen Assistant

Nate Butcher

Empowerment Program Coordinator

Hector Acosta

Warehouse & Pantry Manager

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Carol Reed

Empowerment Program Manager

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Devin Carson

Assistant Kitchen Manager

Business Administration

Jackie Shelley

Executive Director

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Nikki Johnson

Director of Business & Finance

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Geetha Ananthakrishnan

Director of Marketing & Development

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Kyley Jameison

Volunteer Manager

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Stacie Kahover

Administrative Assistant

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HOW YOUCAN HELP

Did You Know?

Of every dollar given to Paz de Cristo, 93 cents goes directly to help people struggling with hunger, poverty and homelessness.