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Founder & Executive Director
New Jersey native, Springsteen fan, and ASU Sun Devil for life, Adam founded Move For Hunger in the summer of 2009. Adam’s family has owned a moving company in New Jersey for over 90 years (dating back to Great-Grandpa Lowy). After years of seeing so much food wasted when people move, Adam decided to take action.
When he’s not working, thinking, and talking about Move For Hunger, you can probably find Adam lying on the beach or sitting at the piano jamming with friends. His passion for helping others is contagious. Feel free to reach out - I’m sure he’d love to talk to you!
As for the serious stuff: Adam proudly represents the New York City Hub of the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers Community. In 2011 he became a Bluhm/Helfand Social Innovation Fellow and was honored at the VH1 Do Something Awardsfor his commitment to creating social change. Adam was also honored in Forbes 30 Under 30 in the Food & Drink category in 2014.
Real Estate Program Director
Max was born and raised on the Jersey Shore (not anything like the show) and recently graduated from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, CT in 2010. After starting his own entertainment and events company in college, Max entered the corporate world doing marketing for a large entertainment company. Max decided to dedicate his time to something more fulfilling: Move For Hunger. When Max isn't working you can find him enjoying everything the shore has to offer.
Alex is a South Jersey Girl! Originally from Ocean City, she graduated with a BA in History from Rutgers-Newark and knew she was destined for a career in which she would be able to help others. A life-long soccer player, she is excited to be a member of the Move For Hunger Team. When she is not in the office helping the guys, Alex loves traveling and spending time with her two dogs, Vegas and Lucy.
Kristy graduated from the University of Delaware with a BA in Mass Media Communications. After serving as the Executive Director of a nonprofit in Long Beach Island, Kristy moved slightly north to join the Move For Hunger team in January of 2014. She is dedicated to the cause and we look forward to her helping Move For Hunger to grow even bigger and better (if that's even possible, we're pretty darn cool already). When she is not knee deep in writing a grant or traveling to meetings, you can most likely find Kristy paddle boarding on the Barnegat Bay or attempting to perfect a yoga handstand.
Emily is the newest member of the MFH team and is the only staff member residing on the west coast. A Southern California native, Emily has spent the last 15 years running races from 5k to marathon distance. Her experience also extends to the endurance industry, by working for the San Diego Running Institute and Competitor Group as a charity manager and writer for Women's Running Magazine. An adventurous trail runner, Emily now prefers the dirt to the pavement, despite her knack for tripping. When she's not running in the mountains or with her dog Rio, she's with her two daughters and enjoys reading, writing and yoga.
Digital Communications Manager
Jason graduated from the College of New Jersey in 2009 with a BA in English and was also the Geography Bee Champion in 8th grade. He also built this website - so if you see an error feel free to shoot him an email. When not at the office hammering away on his keyboard, Jason enjoys traveling, reading, playing music and taking his dog, Moose, to the beach.
Dana graduated from Seton Hall University with a BA in Graphic Design and Advertising Art. Along with this degree, she minored in Art History, Fine Art, and received a Web Design Certificate. Throughout her junior and senior year she began interning with Move For Hunger & shortly after graduation joined the Move For Hunger team as the Graphics Guru. She is excited to be a part of the team as she helps bring the creative side of the Move For Hunger brand together. When not using Illustrator or Photoshop you can find Dana cruising on road trips, walking the boardwalk with her dog, or enjoying art museums.