Chief Executive Officer
Jennifer Gilmore’s passion for hunger relief has been demonstrated by her work in food banking for more than a decade.
Co-Founder and Senior Director
Aviva Paley is a passionate social entrepreneur with experience in marketing, program design and fundraising.
Director of Finance
A CPA and audit supervisor with a passion and history of working with nonprofits
Director of Programs
With work that focused on homelessness, mental health, and addiction, Dennis combines that 12 year experience with his skill in teaching, coaching, and advocating, to lead a dynamic team that recruits talented individuals seeking a rich educational experience for professional growth and success in culinary arts and food service management.
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
A social worker and nutritionist by training, Lindsey brings her decade in education to lead our chef instructors to create an engaging, and meaningful experience for every culinary student at Kitchens for Good.
Food Service Management Instructor
With over 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Mary brings her expertise and love of food service to the classroom.
Donor Relations Manager
Sonia has over 9 years of experience in the non-profit sector, working in advocacy, fundraising and project management.
Food Resource Manager
Alice Kellogg is AmeriCorps alum with experience in volunteer management and developing nonprofit infrastructure with a passion for hunger relief and food rescue.
Chef Soni Shine
Soni Shine is a Kitchen for Good Chef Instructor and Alumni, Class 13
Chef Helen Coyne
Helen Coyne is a culinary educator with over 30 years’ experience in the food service industry, with combined experience in education and the non-profit world.
Chef Ryan Rizzuto
Chef Ryan brings 10 years of international and local culinary expertise to foster apprentice education through hunger relief meal production.
Marla Navarrete is a former Arts Educator with over 20 years of expertise working with at-risk youth and a Certified Life Coach; Marla uses coaching techniques and trauma-informed approach principles with Kitchens for Good apprentices to encourage positive life changes.