North Fulton Community Charities Elects New Officers, Directors

The local non-profit food pantry recently elected its new officers and directors; as well as recognized a retiring board member.

(NFCC), whose mission it is to build self-sufficiency and prevent homelessness and hunger in the North Fulton community, recently elected several new officers and directors, as well as also welcoming four new board members.

The newly elected officers include:

  • President Guy Kriske, UPS retired;
  • Vice President Jim Pope, CEO Keyworth Bank;
  • Treasurer Cathy Irvine with Waddell Smith;
  • Secretary David Reddick with RCI, Inc.

The four new board members include:

  • John Carpentier, CPA at Windham Brannon;
  • Felicia Murray Jackson, Wells Fargo Financial Advisor
  • Mary Good, volunteer and NFCC advocate;
  • Stephanie Nelson, Coupon Mom

The organization also recognized retiring board member, Jeff Hamling, a Roswell attorney, who has served on the board in many roles including Vice-President, Executive Committee and providing legal advice for 14 years. Hamling co-chaired the $3 million Capital Campaign that paid off the facility at Elkins Road and made NFCC’s recent expansion and growth possible. The board named Jeff Hamling, Board Member Emeritus.

For more information on North Fulton Community Charities or how you can help local families in need please contact Vonda Malbrough at 678-387-4459 or vmalbrough@nfcchelp.org

For updates and current programs follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/nfcchelp , Facebook at www.facebook.com/nfcchelp, or visit the website.

Rabbi Fred Greene June 04, 2012 at 02:41 PM
Wanted to wish these new Board members much success in the years to come. NFCC is a crucial organization in this community...truly making a difference in people's lives. I look forward to working with them to help our neighbors in Roswell and North Fulton County. May you all go from strength to strength!


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