Thriving In Crisis
Covid-19 forced Second Harvest Food Bank to radically change its operations. Yet the organization managed to double the amount of meals it serves to over 500,000 a month, despite having to operate with only 60% of its pre-Covid staff.
Join us for a discussion with Second Harvest CEO, Harald Herrmann, as he shares how SHFB managed to improve through rapid innovation on short notice and key lessons learned. He’ll also share insights on some unique challenges of leading a non-profit organization vs. his previous experience leading Mendocino Farms (The Yardhouse) and Darden’s Specialty Group (Seasons 52, Capital Grille & others)
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2020, 5 to 6 pm.
Location: Zoom Meeting – Free event, but registration required.
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/109105629876
Hosts: Kellogg Alumni Club of OC and Darden School of Business Alumni Club
Topics: Crisis Management, Innovation, Supply Chain, Operations, Finance, Nonprofit
About Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County is leading the fight to end hunger in our community. Second Harvest provides food to more than 300 organizations through its extensive Partner Network, serving the working poor, seniors on fixed incomes, children and their families, those with disabilities, veterans and the homeless at more than 400 locations throughout Orange County. Last year, Second Harvest provided a record 29 million pounds of food to those in need of food assistance. This year the Food Bank is on pace to provide more than 37.4 million pounds of food, with more than 90 cents of every dollar spent going toward programs to feed the hungry. Second Harvest is a member of Feeding America, a national hunger relief organization. For more information and to get involved, visit FeedOC.org.
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