Food Bank of Delaware Announces New Officers and Board of Directors

July 20, 2022

The Food Bank of Delaware announced today its officers and the appointment of six new board member to its Board of Directors for the 2023 fiscal year.

The following officers have been elected to the Food Bank of Delaware’s Executive Committee:

  • Andy Larmore, Chairman (Vice President, Bayshore Transportation)
  • Steve Thompson, Chair-Elect (Retired, Chesapeake Utilities)
  • Andrew Levin, Secretary (Vice President – Capital Markets, Onix Group)
  • April Birmingham, Treasurer (Vice President, Delaware Regional Charitable and Community Involvement Manager, M&T Bank)
  • Nicole DiMondi, Workforce and Community Development Chair (Global EHS Leader for Facilities Services & Real Estate, DuPont)
  • Leslie Kosek, Advancement Chair (Executive Director, Digital Payments Area Product Owner, Chase)
  • Tim McCann, Operations Chair (Retired, DuPont)
  • Gregg Schmidt, External Affairs Chair (Chief Communications Officer, Corteva Agriscience)

The following business leaders are newly-elected to the Board of Directors:

  • Archie Campbell, Mayor, City of Milford
  • Maurice Catlett, Corporate Chef, SoDel Concepts
  • Bernice Edwards, Executive Director, First State Community Action Agency
  • Tucker Norton, Global General Manager for the Cyrel® Solutions business, DuPont
  • Gregg Schmidt, Chief Communications Officer, Corteva Agriscience
  • Bill See, Senior Manager of Community Relations, Perdue Farms

The Food Bank of Delaware’s Board of Directors is composed of 21 leaders from the business, community and nonprofit sectors.  They are responsible for developing policies, procedures and regulations for the operation of the Food Bank of Delaware, generating finances/resources for the organization and monitoring its programs and performance.

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