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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Foodshare Appoints Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Foodshare is pleased to welcome Jeff Bartholomay as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Jeff will join the leadership team and will be responsible for leadership and management of financial functions for Foodshare, a $30 million non-profit organization.

Bloomfield, CT

“We are so happy to have Jeff join our executive team here at Foodshare. His background in finance and auditing is beyond superb, and he has a personal passion for our mission to end hunger in Greater Hartford. I have complete confidence in both his ability and integrity." said Jason Jakubowski, president and CEO, Foodshare.

Prior to coming to Foodshare, Jeff worked as Vice President of Corporate Audit at The Travelers Companies in Hartford. Previous to that, Jeff was an Audit Partner with Deloitte & Touche, LLP for six years. “It is an exciting time to be at Foodshare and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be joining such a first-class organization. I am very much looking forward to working with Jason and the team to help move us forward in accomplishing our strategic priorities.” said Jeff.

Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Eastern Michigan University and is also a Certified Public Accountant. Jeff has been actively involved with Foodshare since 2009 and has served on the Board of Directors for nine years, including three years as Chair of the Finance Committee.

Jeff resides in Farmington with his wife Meredith and their three children Max, Will and Reese.

About Foodshare

Foodshare is leading an informed, coordinated response to hunger in our community. Foodshare is the Feeding America food bank serving Connecticut’s Hartford and Tolland counties, where 127,000 people struggle with hunger. In partnership with the food industry, donors, community leaders and volunteers, Foodshare works to maximize access to nutritious food and other resources that support food security. Last year, Foodshare distributed nearly 12 million meals worth of food to a network of 300 local food pantries, meal programs, and Mobile Foodshare sites. And, because it takes more than food to end hunger, Foodshare collaborates with anti-hunger organizations, policy makers, and the broader community to build effective solutions to end hunger.

Foodshare is changing what it means to be a food bank. For more information, visit www.foodshare.org, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

 

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