Board Members

The Fit and Food Connection Board Members are volunteers who have dedicated a substantial amount of time to help run the organization. These volunteers have been extremely involved in the organization. Our Board keeps the organization running smoothly every day. They head committees and lead teams of fellow volunteers. They make decisions, develop processes, and implement standards on behalf of the organization. They play a crucial role in each of our programs and ensure that the organization is in good standing.

Kelsey Koenig

Occupation: Account Manager in Digital Advertising and Branding

Volunteer Since: February 2016

Board Member Since: May 2016

Involvement in FAFC:

  • Marketing Committee Head
  • Social Media & Website Committee Head
  • Yoga Instructor

Why I Volunteer: I am lucky to have my health and the means to provide for myself. I feel like I have so much to give, and what better way than to share my passions? I started with the Fit and Food Connection to develop my hobbies and interests, and since then it has grown. This organization is one big family. Knowing these volunteers and the people who we help has been a privilege. Helping in any way that I can makes me happy.

Favorite Quote: "Do what you can with what you have where you are."

Heather McCormick

Occupation: Certified Personal Trainer, with an emphasis in Behavioral Change

Volunteer Since: August 2016

Board Member Since: November 2016

Involvement in FAFC:

  • Assistant Fitness and Nutrition Coordinator

About Heather: Heather became a certified personal trainer in 2014. She has been motivating others throughout the years by helping individuals learn how to structure their lifestyles to reduce stress and live with a positive mindset. Heather continued to follow her passion and purpose by connecting with the FAFC in August 2016, she is the Assistant Fitness and Nutrition Coordinator and she dedicates her time as a volunteer to help people regain their confidence throughout their Health and Fitness journeys.

Favorite Quote: "Give thanks for what you are now, and keep fighting for what you want to be tomorrow."

Hannah Thornburgh

Occupation: Public Health and Dietetics Student

Volunteer Since: June 2016

Board Member Since: November 2016

Involvement in FAFC:

  • Food Assistance

Fun fact: I love anything outdoors, especially running, kayaking, and backpacking.

Why I Volunteer: I believe that everyone deserves the right to eat healthy foods, learn the importance of staying active and having affordable assistance. After my schooling, I hope to work further on ending food insecurity and localizing food and wellness systems. FAFC is one large piece of the puzzle to community building and I'm happy to be a working with a team of people that believe we can change lives.