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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.
Alexandra Marcus Sales
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, Alex loves traveling and spending time with her two dogs, Vegas and Lucy.
Executive Vice-President, Corporate Partnerships
Addy is a passionate non- profit professional with 20+ years of experience serving in various Executive level roles with large national human service organizations (March of Dimes, YMCA, JVS) in Chicago, New York City, and New Jersey. Inspired by the Move For Hunger’s mission and intrigued by its unique program delivery model, Addy is excited about growing corporate partnerships and cultivating relationships that will build organizational capacity and increase our impact.
Addy is a die-hard U.S. Open tennis fan and tries to stay fit by running, playing tennis, golf or at the gym so she can keep up with the rest of the Move For Hunger team. Addy also loves spending time with her loving family, great friends, and taking her 2 spoiled dogs, Skyy and Pilot to the beach.
Dan graduated from Seton Hall University with a BS in Sports Management. He recently joined the Move For Hunger team after spending the past 10 years with the New Jersey Devils and is very excited to be a part of an organization that’s dedicated to such an important cause. In his spare time, he enjoys listening to music, reading and catching up on his favorite TV shows. Dan and his wife, Cathy, and their daughter, Elena, currently live in Asbury Park along with their dog, Molly, and their cat, Mittens.
Meghan graduated from Rider University with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Event Planning. She has a passion for people and consistently strives every day to impact someone in a positive way. She is ecstatic to join the Move for Hunger team and looks forward to pursuing her passion. Meghan has lived in NJ all of her life, so naturally, her second home is the beach. In her free time, you can find her shopping for funky decor for her house or spending time with loved ones!
Emily is our only staff member living on the west coast. A Southern California native, she 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.
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.
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. When not at the office hammering away on his keyboard, Jason enjoys traveling, reading, playing music and taking his dog, Moose, to the beach.
Kelly graduated from Ramapo College with a degree in Psychology and Monmouth University with a M.S. Ed. in Student Affairs and College Counseling. While working towards her Master’s, Kelly worked with a college leadership and engagement program, which ignited a passion for giving back to the local and global community. In her free time, you can find her spending time with friends and family, going to comedy shows, and snuggling with her dog Sadie.
Raquel will be graduating in May 2018 with a dual degree in Business Finance and Public Health with a concentration in Health Administration from Stockton University. Raquel started at Move For Hunger as a Marketing and Management intern spring 2017 and her extraordinary passion to help people has proven her place on the team. Raquel is enthusiastic making others smile and helping others whenever she can. In her free time, (when she is not doing homework) loves to be outdoors hiking and spending time with friends and family.
Director of Fundraising
Heather has more than 20 years of public relations, non-profit, and grant writing expertise. When she founded her public relations consultancy, Keefe Communications, she chose to focus on non-profits that inspire her every day. She’s worked with the YMCA of Western Monmouth County, Count Basie Theatre, Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education, and 50 other non-profits. Agency experience includes Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide and Burns McClellan. A Philly native and former “bennie,” Heather loves spending time with her husband, two daughters, and yellow Lab at the Jersey Shore.
Katherine began her time with Move For Hunger as a Non-Profit Management Intern during the fall of 2016. She has a BS in Health Science and recently completed a MPH in Health Promotion. Katherine is honored to be a part of a team that concerns itself with health equity on a national scale. Exploring the beautiful county parks and the local music scene are just a few of the things she enjoys most about living in Jersey.