Vicki Clarke Joins the Global FoodBanking Network as New VP of Development

DRi Consulting

06/03/19

DRi is pleased to announce the placement of a Vice President of Development at the Global FoodBanking Network, which works to promote a hunger-free future in more than 30 countries around the world.

DRi partnered with CEO Lisa Moon to identify a leader to expand a comprehensive fundraising program. The Global FoodBanking Network has seen impressive growth under Lisa’s leadership, and needed someone with the fundraising ability to execute its strategic plan through 2022.

Today we congratulate Vicki Clarke on becoming GFN’s Vice President of Development. For the past ten years, Vicki led a global fundraising team at Heifer International, where she elevated the organization’s role in hunger and food security. Vicki has a depth of experience within international relief organizations that she brings to the Global FoodBanking Network, and sees this role as a natural transition given her experience in the hunger space.

Congratulations to Vicki and the Global FoodBanking Network—we look forward to seeing their success together.

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