To end hunger in Wyoming by efficiently procuring and distributing food and essentials to the hungry through our programs and partner agencies.
We distribute food and hope! Reliable access to sufficient food is an essential element in building strong and vibrant communities, stable family units, a willing well-educated work force, and independence for the elderly.
Since that time, Food Bank of the Rockies main branch has invested more than $2,559,000 in real estate, inventory and transportation vehicles.
Shanna HarrisExecutive Director
Executive Director Shanna Harris has lived across Wyoming. She was born in Cheyenne and reared in Goshen County. She attended school in Torrington and graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science in Education, eventually earning a master’s degree in public administration. After working as the Public Safety Information Systems Manager for the City of Casper for 13 years, Shanna transitioned to the non-profit sector working as the Executive Director at the United Way of Natrona County for ten years and has served as the Director at Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies for three years. She has two sons and a formerly divided household, with one a graduate of Natrona County High School and the other a Kelly Walsh High School graduate. Now, they are all proud Pokes supporters with a son who graduated from the University of Wyoming and one currently attending. She is a graduate of the Code of the West Principled Leadership Initiative.Continue reading →
Chris MeddletonOperations Manager
A former store manager of a national home improvement big box store, Operations Manager Chris Meddleton relocated to Wyoming in 2012 and started working for the Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies Sept. 3, 2013. He is a member of the Wyoming Trucking Association’s Council of Safety Supervisors and a graduate of the Code of the West Principled Leadership Initiative. Chris is the American Institute of Baking Food Defense Coordinator and is HACCP Certified by the American Institute of Baking.Continue reading →