Get To Know Our Board of Directors

Move For Hunger relies on the experience, vision, and leadership of its Board of Directors to provide the organization with responsible governance and bolster its efforts to reduce food waste and fight hunger.

Cindy Clare
Chief Operating Officer, Bell Partners Inc

Cindy Clare, CPM, is Chief Operating Officer at Bell Partners in Greensboro, NC. As COO, Ms. Clare oversees the operations of 60,000 apartment homes in more than 200 apartment communities across the nation.  She is responsible for all aspects of property operations and maintenance, lease-ups, relationships with third-party owners, Human Resources, and Marketing.

Ms. Clare has served as President of the IREM Northern Virginia Chapter, as well as Regional Vice President for IREM’s Region III.  She is currently a national faculty member at IREM and serves on IREM’s Executive Committee as an at large member.  She also serves on the Virginia Tech RPM Advisory Board. She is a Past President of AOBA, and in 2017, Ms. Clare was Chairman of the National Apartment Association. 

Ms. Clare received her degree from the University of Virginia.  She has over 30 years’ experience in the multifamily industry and was honored in 2015 as one of the “10 Most Influential Women in Real Estate” by Multi-Family Executive.  In 2018, Ms. Clare received the Lloyd D. Hanford Distinguished Instructor Award from IREM.

One thing you should know about Cindy: I am a Wahoo and love my Virginia Cavaliers!

Stephan Lowy
CEO, Lowy's Moving Service

Stephan has more than 30 years of experience directing his office and industrial relocation company in sales and marketing. He has also been involved in several start-ups, ranging from a computer network management company to indoor sports facilities. Stephan is member of the Foundation Board at Jersey Shore Medical Center, the Board of Directors for LADACIN Network, the Board of Directors for the Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights Center at Brookdale Community College, a LEED Green Associate, and has a NJ Real Estate License. He graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration.

One thing you should know about Stephan: The man carries a camera, and he knows how to use it.

Tanya Mariottini
Director, Global Mobility, eBay

Tanya Mariottini GMS-T is Director, Global Mobility at eBay. She has ~20 years of Global Talent Mobility experience working in diverse industries and matrixed organizations including 10+ years in leadership roles and international assignments in both Asia and Europe. She has been an active member of WERC since 2007, joining their Board of Directors in January 2023. Tanya is an advocate for Move For Hunger, a non-profit focused on food insecurity and sustainability, and has actively participated on their Corporate Action Network since its founding in 2018, joining their Board of Directors in 2022. Tanya holds a B.A. in Business Administration with a focus on Management from The College of Idaho.

One thing you should know about Tanya: she's a twin!

Rick Schwartz
Owner, Schwartz Consulting Group, LLC

Rick established Schwartz Consulting Group in 2015 after retiring from a 35 year career working in the relocation industry. He currently works with relocation service companies, supplier, clients and private equity companies. Prior to his retirement, Rick was the CEO of Brookfield Global Relocation Services from 2003-2014 and was pleased to establish a long term relationship between Brookfield and Move for Hunger during that time. Rick became a Board member in 2014.

One thing you should know about Rick: To him, there's nothing better than a Springsteen concert, a fly fishing trip, or a baseball game.

Jenna Weinerman
Head of Special Projects of Corporate Development, Updater

Jenna is the Marketing Director at Updater, a relocation tech company that simplifies the way Americans move. She has spent ten years working across all marketing disciplines for a variety of companies, including both high-growth national startups and local businesses. Jenna’s passion for Move for Hunger began the moment she learned about the organization, and she is thrilled to be able to support it as a member of the Board. Jenna holds a BSBA in Marketing from American University in Washington, D.C. and often guest lectures at startup academies and universities.

One thing you should know about Jenna: She can rap every word to ‘Whoomp! There It Is’

Regi Young
Executive Director, Alameda County Community Food Bank

Regi Young is the Executive Director of the Alameda County Community Food Bank in Oakland, CA and has worked in food banking for over a decade. He began his career as a community organizer working to bring technology and economic resources to neighborhoods in Houston, TX. He later was 1 of 6 people selected to participate in Feeding America’s inaugural Child Hunger Corps program, where he partnered with staff at Houston Food Bank to assess and develop their hunger-relief programs. Upon completion of his service term, Regi joined the staff of Houston Food Bank and served in multiple capacities prior to being named Chief Strategy Officer in 2020. He is interested in the impact design can have in addressing social problems and has served in his current role at Alameda County Community Food Bank since 2021.

Regi was born in Southern California and grew up in Houston, TX. He received a BA in Political Science from Millsaps College, an MA in Cross-Cultural Studies from the University of Houston-Clear Lake and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Northeastern University.

One thing you should know about Regi: He played football in college and still thinks he has one good season left in him.

Mike Davis
CEO and President of CORT Business Services, a Berkshire Hathaway Company

Mike Davis is CEO and President of CORT Business Services, a Berkshire Hathaway Company. This includes CORT Furniture Rental, CORT Trade Show and Events, Party Rentals and all other CORT-branded businesses throughout the U.S. and U.K. which include over 100 locations within the US, including warehouses, showrooms, and retail outlet centers. CORT is the nation’s leading provider of transition services, including furniture rental for home and office, event furnishings, destination services, apartment locating, touring, with global partners in more than 80 countries around the world. 

Mike has previously served on various industry boards including, EDPA (Experiential Designers and Producers Association), ESCA (Exhibition Services and Contractors Association) and IFRA (International Furniture Rental Association) where he is currently serving as President. 

“I am proud to join the Move For Hunger board. The work they do to rescue food and get it into the hands of those who are food insecure is inspiring.  I am grateful that, by partnering with Move For Hunger, our CORT employees can make an impact locally across the many communities we serve.”

One thing you should know about Mike: He loves to travel and has lived and worked in other countries besides the United States.

Jim Low
Advisor, Rip Van

Jim has been a consumer products industry leader for over 20 years. His most recent role was as President of Rip Van, a fast-growing healthy snack company. During his tenure, Rip Van scaled 10X in total sales, expanded its range from a single product line to six and grew to a cross functional team of 50 people.

Prior to Rip Van, Jim was the EVP of Sales and Marketing at Schuman Cheese, where he led the retail expansion of its Whisps brand until its 2019 spin-off as an independent company. Jim was the General Manager at Enjoy Life Foods and held a variety of category leadership, brand marketing and sales roles at Mondelez International, Kraft and Nabisco.

Before entering the business world, Jim worked in public service as a legislative aide on Capitol Hill and as a social worker for Covenant House. He has been a volunteer and advisory board member for Covenant House, the University of North Carolina, the National Advertising Review Board, St. Peter Claver Church and other organizations.

Jim received his BA in Religion and Government from the College of William & Mary and his MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


One thing to know about Jim, he loves a week in the wilderness, hiking completely off the grid.


For the Fiscal Year of 2023, 95 cents of every dollar donated helped to fund our hunger relief and food rescue programs.

In 2023, Move For Hunger helped feed nearly 8 million people. For more, check out our 2023 Year In Review.

2023 Year in Review

$0.95 of every $1
goes to programming.

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