The Food Bank is delighted to introduce you to Scott Hamann, Good Shepherd Food Bank’s new Manager of the Cupboard Collective Program. Scott has been passionate about ending hunger ever since his time working with homeless youth in South Africa, and he looks forward to assisting his fellow Mainers access the food and nutrition they need to lead active and healthy lives. Outside of his work with the Food Bank, Scott is a State Representative where he considers economic security – including food security – to be a top priority to improve Maine’s economy and quality of life.
Scott started his new position at the Food Bank on Monday, August 25th. He will spend the first couple of weeks getting acclimated to his new position, visiting with and talking with current Cupboard Collective partners, and learning all he can about the Food Bank and the Cupboard Collective program. He is excited to build relationships with the Food Bank’s partner agencies to listen to your needs and discover solutions that better meet the needs of your patrons.
Scott can be reached at email@example.com.
Scott's predecessor, Bria White, has left the Food Bank to pursue her Masters degree, and we wish her all the best!