ProfileHope started her career in food insecurity with Feeding America as a Child Hunger Corp member identifying community needs and implementing new programming in rural Missouri. From there she has gone on to coordinate food access programs in both Indiana and Michigan. She joined the Alameda County Community Food Bank in May of 2018. As Food Recovery Program Coordinator, she facilitates and coordinates relationships between food donors and ACCFB member agencies to collect over 4 million pounds of edible food per year. Hope received her B.P.S. in Culinary Arts Management from the Culinary Institute of America and her Masters of Public Affairs from Indiana University.