Food Security of America recently elected Trish Hildebrand as its new board chair. Trish has an MBA from James Madison University and has held various roles in sales, marketing and consulting, most recently with ExcelPay Business Solutions. She is an avid community volunteer and has held numerous leadership positions at Whitefield Academy, Cochise Riverview Club and her church. Trish is married to Tynes, and has two adult children, Brent and Cara Grace.
Up to 25% of Americans are in need of nutritionally adequate food causing stress, embarrassment and social isolation. Food Security for America creates transformative communities for people who need healthy food and connection with their neighbors by operating Friends and Neighbors Networks throughout the United States. Members get nutritious food, learn about healthy cooking and lifestyles, and form deep relationships which increase self-confidence and the opportunity for self-sufficiency.