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Nuestro equipo

The Food Pantry emplea a miembros del personal a tiempo parcial que trabajan con voluntarios y socios para garantizar que haya una variedad saludable de alimentos disponibles y que todos los necesitados sean atendidos. También contamos con una fuerza laboral significativa y dedicada de alrededor de 90+ voluntarios que donan más de 200 horas de su tiempo y trabajo cada mes a la despensa. 

Personal

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sue heffron

Director ejecutivo

Sue ha estado en el valle por más de 30 años y vive en Alta con su esposo Andy.  ¡Han criado a tres hijos y han sido bendecidos con siete nietos!. Estar involucrado con la comida siempre ha sido una pasión, especialmente porque crían animales en su granja, puramente por casualidad.  Cuando le ofrecieron el trabajo en Pantry, Sue se sintió como en casa, rodeada de excelentes personas. - tanto voluntarios como clientes. Otras pasiones incluyen el senderismo, las caminatas con raquetas de nieve, la lectura y pasar tiempo con la familia y los amigos.

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Willy Warner

Especialista auxiliar de despensa

¡Muy pronto!

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Willy Warner

Especialista auxiliar de despensa

¡Muy pronto!

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Willy Warner

Especialista auxiliar de despensa

¡Muy pronto!

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Charmayne Rauch

Especialista auxiliar de despensa

Charmayne se trasplantó de un trabajo en Eli Lilly en su estado natal de California a Teton Valley en 2007. Tomó clases para convertirse en una maestra jardinera mientras administraba una oficina quiropráctica ocupada para el Dr. Jim Davis. Pensó que se jubilaría hasta que encontró la despensa de alimentos, cuando su voluntariado semanal se convirtió en un trabajo de medio tiempo. Espera pasar más tiempo en su jardín, hacer caminatas, andar en bicicleta y cocinar para amigos y familiares. 

Junta Directiva

Anne and her husband, Mike, moved to Teton Valley in 2017. With the help of their daughter, they run the Fin and Feather Inn, a bed and breakfast in Victor. Ann finds joy in preparing and serving the guests a delicious breakfast (her family has hospitality and food service in their blood!) With her background, she was naturally drawn to the Food Pantry's mission and began volunteering.

 

"In my mind, there is nothing better than being able to FEED people; it is such a basic need. The work at the pantry is gratifying and fun. I have found a great way to give back because I get SO much from this community: great outdoor activities, great restaurants, awesome friends, and amazing views everywhere." As time passed, she kept saying Yes! "Now here I am on the board helping to build a welcoming and flourishing resource for this beautiful community."

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Ana Fortier

Presidente de la Junta

"What an honor to serve Teton Valley as a new Board Member of Teton Valley Food Pantry. I am excited to join the team as it navigates the difficulty of food insecurity for so many of our neighbors. I hope to bring the insight of someone who has worked with underserved populations in the urban and rural areas where I have lived."

 

Debbie and her husband, Bob, have had a home in Teton Valley since 1994. The most rewarding aspect of her nursing career was her Clinical Practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner for twenty years. 

 

Volunteering has been a constant in her life as a parent, nurse, and community member. She has volunteered at many of our local nonprofits.

 

Debbie loves the four seasons of Teton Valley, finding winter the most enjoyable. She loves her book club, reading, baking, cooking, and traveling the world. Her companions on many of her outdoor adventures are Bob and her golden retriever, Finnegan Driggsby.

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Ana Fortier

Presidente de la Junta

Julie is a freelance writer, a ski instructor in Jackson and a proud homeowner in Teton Valley. She writes for local magazines, coaches authors and does marketing and event planning for nonprofit organizations. She moved to Jackson in 2010 from her hometown of Rochester, New York and is grateful to have raised two kids in the mountains. When she’s not working, you may find her smiling on a downhill mountain bike or ski trail. She began working at the pantry as a distribution manager in 2021, a year after she moved to Teton Valley and joined the board in 2023 when she helped launch the pantry's Inaugural Harvest Dinner.

 

“Working at the food pantry is so rewarding. I feel like I have found a new family and I am fully invested in feeding this community.”

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sue molinero

Miembro

Teton Valley has been Sue’s home for 20 years. She is a small scale farmer—an owner of Snowdrift Farms along with her partner Greg—and grows many varieties of vegetables, herbs, and flowers, some of which are grown for the Food Pantry. She loves the mountains and the wildlife of the area, and is always up for an outdoor adventure. Sue joined the board of the Food Pantry in fall 2022.


“I found myself drawn to this organization through my own connection with food. Our farm and eating our own fresh produce makes us so happy, and I like to share that. I am concerned with people not having enough food on the table, as well as not knowing how to prepare healthy food and why it’s important. I enjoy fostering connections between clients at the Pantry and local food, and am psyched to contribute to the well-being of our community through work on the Food Pantry board.”

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sue molinero

Miembro

Raised on her family's dude ranch near Dubois, Wyoming, Joanne has lived in Teton Valley since 1995. "Although the valley has seen changes over the past twenty-five years, the sense of community has not changed, thank goodness! I am honored to join the Teton Valley Food Pantry Board of Directors. It is a privilege to serve alongside this group of passionate volunteers and staff."

 

When Joanne is not working as a real estate broker with Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty in Driggs, she can be found on her small farm in Victor, moving irrigation pipes to raise hay, mending fences, and gardening. Joanne's other passions include mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and Nordic skiing with her sweetheart Kib and golden retriever.

 

"I grew up learning that many hands make light work. The Pantry embodies this idea to the fullest. In our small community, it is inspiring to be part of an organization with nearly 100 volunteers dedicated to the mission that no one in Teton Valley should go hungry. I hope to contribute to the growth and strength of this vital non-profit organization for many years to come."

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Sandra Woolstenhulme

Secretario

Diane has lived in Teton Valley for two decades, where she raised her two children, who are now independent adults. Originally from a dairy farm in the Midwest, Diane values sustainable food practices and community engagement. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, spending time on the river, and exploring new places. 

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pablo kelly

Miembro

Tim moved to the valley in March 2020 to be closer to his children and their families. "I absolutely love this beautiful area and all the wonderful people I have known and worked with." 

 

Tim served in the United States Marine Corps as a Captain. Following the Marine Corps, he had various roles in sales and management.  

 

He is retired and the proud father of two children and four grandchildren. "In my free time, I enjoy being with my family, reading, caring for our three acres, and participating in many wonderful activities at Seniors West of the Tetons."

 

Tim joined the Food Pantry Board in June 2022. "It is a privilege to serve on the board, where I can help to strengthen and advance the pantry's mission. The staff and board are committed to serving those needing our services."

 

Tim also enjoys the opportunity to volunteer at the pantry. "I love working with the Pantry Team and the people who shop there."

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tim capataz

Miembro

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