FOOD For Lane County to experience change in leadership


FOOD For Lane County (FFLC) will experience a major change in leadership this Friday, August 4.

FFLC says Tom Mulhern, Executive Director (ED) at FFLC is set to retire after four years of service for the organization, in his place Carolyn Stein has been hired on as the new ED. “It is with great enthusiasm and a deep sense of honor that I step into this role, ready to contribute my skills and passion for our shared mission to create access to food,” said Stein.

According to FFLC, Stein’s experience includes serving as BRING Recycling’s ED for the past eight years.

“As we bid farewell to esteemed former Executive Director Tom Mulhern, we are excited to welcome Carolyn Stein, who is perfectly positioned to step into this role after nearly a decade of executive director leadership here in our community,” says Chris Hemmings, Chair of the FFLC Board of Directors. “She shares our vision of a hunger-free Lane County, and with her guidance and leadership, we shall continue to engage with the passionate support of our community to ensure a brighter future for those we serve.”


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