GLFB تعلن عن أعضاء مجلس إدارة وقيادة مجلس إدارة جدد للفترة 2019-2020

LANSING, MI – Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB) is pleased to announce that Sue Snodgrass of Auto-Owners Insurance and Ken Klein of Northbrook Investment Management have joined its Board of Directors. Both individuals bring management expertise, community leadership and commitment to ending hunger to the GLFB team.

GLFB Board Leadership for 2019-2020, effective July 1, will be:
Leslie Brogan – Chair
John Pirich – Vice Chair
Nikali Luke – Treasurer
Lavon Dennis – Secretary

Ms. Snodgrass is an Assistant Vice President at Auto-Owners Insurance. She began her leadership path at Auto-Owners in 2004 and has served in various leadership roles in IT and in Underwriting since that time. Sue earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University.

Mr. Klein is a CPA and a principal at Northbrook Investment Management, which is an independent registered investment advisory firm. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from Western Michigan University.

“Greater Lansing Food Bank, and the clients we serve, are fortunate for having Sue and Ken join our board of directors”, says Leslie Brogan, GLFB Board Chair-Elect. “They bring new perspectives on food, health and wellbeing as well as personal commitments to supporting the mission of the food bank.”

Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB) is a non-profit organization that provides emergency food to individuals and families in need in Ingham, Eaton, Clinton, Shiawassee, Clare, Isabella and Gratiot counties. It raises money, food and in-kind contributions to meet emergency food needs; coordinates and supports the work of area food pantries; rescues wholesome excess food that would otherwise go to waste; promotes, encourages and emphasizes self-help programs toward the goal of self-sufficiency; and educates the community on hunger issues. To learn more about the Greater Lansing Food Bank, visit