Missoula Food Bank & Community Center Executive Director Leaves Organization | ABC Fox Missoula

MISSOULA, Mont. –Missoula Food Bank & Community Center (MFB&CC) Executive Director Aaron Brock has announced he will be leaving the organization.

Brock worked as the food bank’s director of development from 2003 to 2008 and was hired as general manager in 2014.

“I’m so proud of the work that’s happened here at the food bank, and I feel humbled and grateful to have been a part of the past 7+ years,” Brock said. “It was a privilege to work with this talented team and so many generous and knowledgeable volunteers and partners, and I will always hold a very special place in my heart for Missoula Food Bank & Community Center.”

The MFB&CC says Brock is leaving the food bank to take up the position of Montana development director for The Nature Conservancy.

Brock’s last day as executive director will be February 25.

“Aaron leaves big shoes to fill,” said Kari Schauss, chair of the board. “The Board is very grateful for Aaron’s leadership and service and knows he will be missed. Currently, the Executive Committee of the Board is forming a working group to develop a succession strategy. »

“We wish Aaron all the best in his future adventures and express our sincere gratitude for his leadership and vision as Executive Director of the Missoula Food Bank and Community Center,” said Ashley Ostheimer Hilliard, president-elect of the food Bank. “During his 7½ years with MFB & CC, he exemplified our core values ​​and supported the organization in addressing food insecurity, dismantling racism and promoting equity. We wish him all the best as we look forward to all that MFB&CC can continue to accomplish through the support of the community.

You can learn more about the Missoula Food Bank and Community Center and what has been accomplished during Brock’s tenure as Executive Director by clicking here.

Jill E. Washington