The Greater Cleveland Food Bank employs more than 120 people in our area, serving more than 940 partner agencies and programs throughout Northeast Ohio. On this page are our board and some of our key staff leading the Food Bank’s efforts to fight hunger.
President and CEO
Warzocha has been with the Food Bank since 2000. She leads efforts to engage the community in the work of the Food Bank. She was formerly the Food Bank's Vice President of External Affairs and oversaw the following teams: fundraising, marketing, volunteer services, advocacy and food stamp outreach.
Vice President and CFO
Bonnie joined the Greater Cleveland Food Bank as the Chief Financial Officer in 2003. She is responsible for the accounting department including accounts receivable, accounts payable general ledger, financial reporting, financial planning and cash management. She is also responsible for the information technology group and human resources. In 2008, Bonnie was named CFO of the Year for the non-profit, human services sector by Crain’s Cleveland Business. Bonnie came to the Food Bank from Nacscorp, She is a CPA and received her accounting degree from Cleveland State University.
Vice President of Operations
Brake was announced Vice President of Operations for the Food Bank in 2014. He oversees the management of the delivery program, warehouse distribution, and facilities management. He joined the Food Bank in February 2010 to manage day-to-day inbound/outbound operation as well the volunteer repack operation.
VP of Food Resources & Product Development
Eilmann has been a member of the Food Bank staff since 2004. She manages all the food products coming into the Food Bank. This includes soliciting, developing and negotiating with local, regional and national food and grocery related companies for donations and purchases.
Vice President of External Affairs
Mary Lavigne-Butler has been a staff person at the Food Bank since July 2016. Currently, she serves as Vice President of External Affairs. Before then, she served as Director of Development. The External Affairs Department consists of development, communications, advocacy, and volunteer services. As Vice President, Lavigne-Butler oversees all volunteer relations, fundraising and corporate relations, advocacy activities, and public relations and special events.
Director of Programs
Davet has been a member of the Food Bank leadership team since 2016. The Programs team is responsible for a multitude of programs conducted by the Food Bank including nutrition education initiatives, Summer Feeding(SFSP), Kid’s Café(CACFP), school markets, produce distributions, Food as Medicine and much more. Diana oversees the operations of all Food Bank programs, assists with planning and operation, and ensures programs are efficient and effective.
Director of Human Resources
DiCapua has been with the Food Bank since 2002 and directs the organization’s human resources activities. This includes payroll, employment, compensation, labor relations, benefits, training, risk management and employee services.
Director of Information Technology
Haffey has been with the Food Bank since July 2012 and previously consulted for the Food Bank about 12 years prior. He oversees and leads the technology function for the Food Bank. He provides leadership and direction for the achievement of the organization’s strategic plan goals. Haffey is also responsible for development of IT strategies and policies to address business issues.
Director of Development
Lindsey joined the Food Bank team in October 2017. While new to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, she's not new to food banking. Before moving to Cleveland, Lindsey served as Director of Digital Engagement at Feeding America, headquartered in Chicago. As Director of Development, Lindsey leads the Corporate Relations, Donor Services, and Donor Relations teams.
Director of Agency Services
Morgan has been a member of the Food Bank leadership team since May 2012. The Agency Services team is responsible for maintaining relationships with member agencies that provide hunger relief efforts to families in need. She also oversees the day-to-day operations of the agency services department, and assists prospective members with the application process and conducts site visits.
Director of Advocacy and Public Education
Mary O’Shea joined the Food Bank in June 2008. As Director of Advocacy and Public Education, she works to advance public policy initiatives that reduce hunger, including the legislative priorities of Feeding America and the Ohio Association of Foodbanks, as well as polices that impact hunger in the areas of housing, healthcare and employment. O’Shea also oversees research and data collection on local hunger and provides educational forums on hunger and poverty, including poverty simulations for large groups.
Director of Communications and Special Events
Pozna joined the Food Bank in May 2005 as the Communications Manager and was promoted to Director of Communications and Special Events in January 2011. In this role, she works with various media outlets in Northeast Ohio and serves as the Food Bank spokesperson. Pozna oversees the production of all Food Bank promotional materials as well as the logistics for special events and the Food Bank website. She is also a key staff person in the planning of the annual Harvest for Hunger drive which happens annually in the spring.
Director of Benefits Outreach
Scruggs brings more than 12 years of experience in the nonprofit sector connecting families to community resources. She holds a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Cleveland State University and Bachelors of Arts Degree in Social Work from the University of Toledo. Scruggs will oversee both Outreach and Help Center teams to lead efforts to connect individuals to apply for SNAP, public benefits, and other valuable resources.
Board Chair | Cleveland Public Library
Vice Chair | Gordon Square Arts District
Anthony C. Rego
Vice Chair | Giant Eagle, Inc.
Vice Chair | More Than Gourmet
Vice Chair | City of Cleveland
Secretary | Family Heritage Life Insurance
Treasurer | Progressive, Inc.
Patricia Ackerman, Chalkdust Education Foundation
Kristen Baird Adams, PNC
Akram Boutros, MD, FACHE, MetroHealth
Loren Chylla, The Adcom Group
Reverend Jawanza Colvin, Olivet Instiutional Baptist Church
John R. Corlett, The Center for Community Solutions
John Cymanski, Heinen's, Inc.
Joe DiRocco, Fifth Third
Karen Dolan, Cleveland Indians
James L. Francis, J&L Fran Enterprises
Terry Jenkins, Key Private Bank
Amy Kaplan, Jewish Federation of Cleveland
Riddi Kline, Provencal Partners
Cynthia Moore-Hardy, Lake Health
Matthew Mueller, Western Reserve Partners
Jeffery K. Patterson, Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority
Anna Raske, Eaton
Dan Saltzman, Dave's Supermarkets
Asmita Shirali Goldblum, Amin, Turocy, and Watson
Gregory Stefani, The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Jenner Tekancic, Cleveland Browns