Chester County Food Bank Announces New Members to Board of Directors
The Chester County Food Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors.The following individuals are newly elected to the Board of Directors class of 2024:
- Robert Hankin, P.E., President & CEO, Hankin Group
- Malcolm Weaver, Vice President Commercial Loan Officer, Mid Penn Bank
The following officers will continue to serve as the Chester County Food Bank’s Executive Committee:
- Dr. Bradley Dyer – Chair (Founder, All Star Pediatrics)
- Yvonne Bartlett, CPA – Vice Chair (Manager, Umbreit Wileczek & Associates)
- Ryan Walter – Treasurer (Managing Director/CFO, ProCFO Partners)
- Ed Breiner, Secretary (Retired, President & CEO Schramm)
- Robert D. McNeil, Founding Chair of Chester County Food Bank
“We are excited to welcome these esteemed community leaders to our Board of Directors,” said Dr. Brad Dyer, Chair of the Board. “Their wealth of experience, leadership, and dedication to our community make them valuable assets to our mission to ensuring access to healthy food for all.”
“We are fortunate to have a Board of Directors comprised of some of Chester County’s most dedicated, strategic leaders,” said Andrea Youndt, CEO of Chester County Food Bank. “I look forward to working with each of them and their collective expertise to fulfill our vision of a food secure Chester County.”
CCFB would like to thank and acknowledge the hard work and long-time dedication of Ruthie Kranz-Carl, retired Director of Chester County Human Services; Kevin McDermott of Delphi Wealth Management Group; and Kate Sheehan of Qurate Retail Group for their years of service to the Board.
CCFB welcomes the following Board Members:
Bob Hankin is the Chief Executive Officer of Hankin Group, a Chester County based award-winning developer of large-scale, mixed-use communities. Hankin Group is a multi-faceted real estate organization with in-house construction, architecture and design, engineering, leasing, and property management teams. Since joining the company in 1987, Bob has carried out a vision of creating distinctive communities and has become a pioneer in mixed-use development in Chester County.
Bob received his bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering and English Literature from Syracuse University. After graduation, he spent time in England where he continued his studies at Oxford University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and is a regular guest lecturer with the Zell-Lurie Real Estate Program at The Wharton School.
Bob has been a long-time citizen and volunteer in the region and has served on the Board of Directors for many Chester County organizations. He has completed several projects with Engineers Without Borders in Africa and is currently working on a major building improvement project and scholarship program with the Village of the Arts and Humanities in North Philadelphia.
Malcolm Weaver has diverse work experience in the banking industry. Malcolm’s career in banking began 17 years ago as a Personal Banker at Citizens Bank, and his commitment to the financial sector has led him to his current position as Vice President Commercial Loan Officer at Mid Penn Bank. Malcolm has completed coursework at LaSalle University and Immaculata University with a concentration in Finance and Financial Management services. Malcolm continues his financial learning through various certifications and courses.
A lifelong resident of Chester County, Malcolm currently lives in Coatesville with his family. Beyond his dedication to CCFB, Mr. Weaver is actively involved in coaching basketball and volunteering his time with local non-profits and parks and recreation committees within the community.
The Chester County Food Bank is the central hunger relief organization serving more than 160 partner agencies throughout Chester County, PA. CCFB distributes over 3.5 million pounds, with over 50% being fresh fruits and vegetables, through its network of food cupboards, hot meal sites, shelters, and other social service organizations. Since its inception in 2009, the Chester County Food Bank mobilizes the community to ensure access to real, healthy food.