Tri-Valley nonprofit Culinary Angels is ready to recruit for a brand new government director after its founder and present chief introduced plans to transition into a special position throughout the group.
Lisa McNaney — who kicked off the group in 2016 along with serving as its inaugural government director — stated she is searching for to focus extra absolutely on her position because the nonprofit’s founder by starting the method of handing off the reins as organizational chief to a successor in a public assertion launched Friday.
“I am very excited to focus extra absolutely on my founder position and unfold the phrase about our wonderful group within the advertising and communications capability,” McNaney stated. “I count on to stay very lively within the total group and faucet into new assets and alternatives for Culinary Angels.”
Culinary Angels delivers primarily natural, nutrient-rich, high-antioxidant meals to grownup most cancers sufferers and their caregivers all through the Tri-Valley, offering providers for free of charge and operating nearly completely on volunteer employees. Along with offering meals, they search to teach folks with most cancers and their caregivers about how vitamin can operate as a strong drugs for these affected by and present process remedy for the illness.
McNaney, a most cancers survivor herself with a longtime ardour for cooking and vitamin, got here to consider that “meals is drugs” following the position it performed in her personal remedy and restoration.