In a CFO StudioLIVE Interview with Paul Henrys, CFO of Feeding America, we discuss how the pandemic impacted the work of Feeding America and their network of food banks as well as detailing how the organization has taken extra measures to support individuals and families struggling with hunger in these unprecedented times.
About Paul Henrys
As Chief Financial Officer, Paul Henrys oversees Feeding America finance and corporate strategy. In his role, Henrys helps maximize Feeding America resources to get more food to more people in need, and maintain its position as a leader in financial transparency and efficiency. He also serves as Treasurer of the Feeding America Board of Directors. Paul has a B.A. from Harvard University. He lives in Chicago with his wife and two children.
Founded in 1979, (formerly named America’s Second Harvest), as the largest network of food banks, pantries, and meal programs in the country, Feeding America is the leading organization in the fight against hunger in the United States. 200 food banks strong, Feeding America serves more than 40 million people in virtually every community in America. Since their beginnings 40 years ago, Feeding America has made innovative strides in combating food waste and providing fresh food to hungry people across the country. They believe that everyone – individuals, charities, businesses and government – has a role in ending hunger in America.
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