Four New Members Named to Food Bank of South Jersey’s Board of Trustees

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June 19, 2019
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Four New Members Named to Food Bank of South Jersey’s Board of Trustees

PENNSAUKEN, NJ – The Food Bank of South Jersey has announced four new members to its Board of Trustees: K Siobhan Keefe, CPA, Michael H. Kinzler, Megan Dunleavy Shea and Neal D. Walters, Esq.

“Each new member of our Board of Trustees brings an exemplary reputation and unique perspective as a business leader,” said Fred Wasiak, President & CEO, Food Bank of South Jersey. “We’re thrilled to have their support and leadership as we continue to advance our mission of helping people improve and nourish their lives through our food pantry and nutrition and wellness solutions.”

K. Siobhan Keefe, a Barrington resident, serves as Senior Vice President, CFO, and Treasurer of The Franklin Institute, where she is responsible for all financial affairs, risk management, information technology, and legal review. Keefe has more than 20 years of experience in both domestic and international corporations. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Rutgers College, New Brunswick and her Master of Science in Accounting and Finance from Southern New Hampshire University. Siobhan is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), licensed in New Jersey.

Michael H. Kinzler, a Riverton resident, is a seasoned financial executive who has worked for numerous corporations over the course of his career, working closely with management to improve overall business performance and profitability. Kinzler served on the Riverton Borough Council for 12 years, heading the Finance Committee, while also serving as President of the Council the last two years of his tenure. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting with a Spanish Minor from Pennsylvania State University.

Megan Dunleavy Shea, a Mt. Laurel resident, is Co-Founder of The Soulfull Project, a Public Benefit Company (PBC) with a mission to deliver nourishing and wholesome food for all Americans and to increase awareness and engagement to build healthier communities. In her role, Shea oversees all operations, including the business and sales strategy. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theater Production from Carnegie Mellon University and her Master of Business Administration in Finance and Marketing from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Neal D. Walters, a Marlton resident, is a Partner and litigation Practice Group Leader with the national law firm of Ballard Spahr, LLP. Walters has served in a number of professional and community organizations, including the Defense Research Institute (DRI), the American Bar Association, the Marlton Recreation Council, and the Cherokee High School Booster Clubs . He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History in 1990 from Rutgers College, New Brunswick, and his Juris Doctor degree in 1993 from Rutgers School of Law, where he recently has served as an adjunct professor and lecturer.

About the Food Bank of South Jersey

The Food Bank of South Jersey (FBSJ) is the leader in providing safe and nutritional food to people in need throughout South Jersey. FBSJ distributes food, provides nutrition education and cooking courses, and helps food-insecure families and seniors find sustainable ways to improve their lives.

In 2018, FBSJ provided over 10 million pounds of food to approximately 200,000 South Jersey residents. Providing community impact through local support, FBSJ ensures that local donations stay local. FBSJ is a member of Feeding America, our nation’s largest hunger-relief organization. To learn more, visit www.foodbanksj.org.