Chair of the Board
Senior Director of Operational Management and Development at Freddie Mac since 2014. Prior experience includes management consulting, project management, operations, and process improvement. Certified Project Management Professional and Six Sigma Black Belt.
Retired 30 + year employee of Arlington, VA. Experience in budgeting/finance, facility planning and management, citizen engagement, and customer service. Served as an adjunct professor at George Mason University. Food rescue volunteer with Food for Others.
CPA, Principal at Johnson Lambert LLP. Responsible for managing all aspects of not-for-profit financial statement audits and other consulting engagements. Frequent speaker on audit and accounting topics specific to not-for-profit organizations at various industry conferences and seminars.
Jane Schapiro Brown
Retired from George Mason University after 17 years working as an Academic Assistant in the Academic Services Dept. of the Athletic Department. Earned a MFA from George Mason University. A published writer with three books of poetry and a book of non-fiction. Currently volunteers at Food for Others and The Women’s Center. Has an ongoing support relationship with Bread for the City and the Jewish Community Center of Northern VA.
Executive Director of Variety – the Children’s Charity of the National Capital Region. Professional background in development with Reporters Without Borders, Arthur F. Burns Fellowship, Inova Health System, and George Washington University.
A native of Macon, GA, Rebecca Chanin arrived in Washington, DC in 1985 to attend The George Washington University and has called the metro area home ever since. Professionally, Rebecca’s career is in marketing and communications. In her 25+ year career, she has helped grow well-known brands such as Mobil Oil Corp, AOL, The Washington Post, and most recently, JK Moving Services.
A shareholder with the Tysons law firm of Rees Broome, Bill, has done commercial litigation there for the past 32 years. Bill is immediate past president of the Fairfax Law Foundation, general counsel for the Tysons Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Fairfax Bar Association and teaches professionalism for the Virginia State Bar at George Mason University Law School.
CPA, Controller at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. Nonprofit professional with experience in directing accounting and financial management functions, including financial statement reporting and budgeting, of various nonprofit organizations.
Financial advisor with Morgan Stanley in Washington, DC for the past 5 years. Provides custom strategies to enhance tax efficiency and deliver stable growth to personal and institutional clients. Advises on investment solutions that range from cash management to proprietary alternative offerings.
Senior Vice President of Credit Cards and Education Lending at Navy Federal Credit Union. Responsible for full P&L as well as product strategy, underwriting and operations. Previous roles include Business Development/Membership, Research and Marketing.
Shelly O’Neill Stoneman
Currently serving as the Vice President of Government Relations for BAE Systems, Inc., a global aerospace and defense firm. Previously, served for nearly 15 years in government at the Pentagon, White House, and on Capitol Hill as a national security expert and strategic adviser.
CPA, Senior Manager at CST Group, CPAs, PC. Specializes in providing consulting, tax and assurance/financial statement services, including multi-state tax returns, audits, reviews and compilations of closely held businesses.
Retired from the U.S. Census Bureau after almost four decades, with expertise in state and local government financial and economic activity. Has been a member of the Fairfax County Human Services Council (HSC) since 1998. From 2002-2013, served as HSC committee chairperson with responsibility for reviewing County human services budget.
Interested in serving on the Food for Others Board of Directors?
We are always looking for passionate, hard-working individuals to join our Board of Directors. Serving on the Board of Directors is a great way to contribute your time and professional skills to improve our organization. Each year, the Board looks for candidates who have skills in an area that the we need (e.g., accounting, fundraising, technology, food service, human resources, legal, etc).
We encourage those interested in serving on our Board to join one of the Board Committees. It’s a great way to establish a relationship with other Board members and learn more about Food for Others. If you are interested in joining a committee, please email Annie Turner at email@example.com.