Edmonds Food Bank names new executive director

Feb 14, 2018
Casey Davis

Edmonds United Methodist Church has named Casey Davis executive director of Carol Rowe Memorial Food Bank. She replaces Alison Cook, who left in September after 17 months to take a job with Volunteers of America Western Washington.

Davis arrived Washington almost 20 years ago with a Macaw, a dog, a 2-month-old daughter, and her husband, Steve. She has a broad background across many business disciplines and degrees from William and Mary and Johns Hopkins University.

She is a volunteer for the American Cancer Society and serves on the Snohomish Chapter’s Leadership Advisory Board.

Davis said that what drew her to her new position was her lifelong commitment to volunteer work, and the fact that food insecurity has a huge impact on individuals, especially those raising children.

Having previously held positions within the Edmonds community, Davis said she is invigorated by the energy and community focus this city offers, and is committed to serving the volunteers and clients of the food bank.

 

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