Montgomery County Food Bank Announces New Director of Development
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX – Montgomery County Food Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Jamie Dietrich as its new Director of Development. In her role, Dietrich will oversee the food bank’s development department which is responsible for donor relations, fundraising activities, community outreach and marketing and communications initiatives.
Bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to the food bank, Dietrich most recently served as Director of Development at Sam Houston State University, where she was responsible for cultivating meaningful donor relationships, managing a portfolio of alumni and constituents, major gifts solicitation and event planning. Earlier in her career, she served as the Director of Development for Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi and Director of Food and Beverage for Verizon Arena. Dietrich has also volunteered on numerous committees benefiting the community.
“We are delighted to welcome Jamie to our leadership team,” said Kristine Marlow, President and CEO of Montgomery County Food Bank. “Jamie’s passion for our mission, extensive experience, and energy will advance our ability to better serve our neighbors in need.”
“I am thrilled to join the food bank and serve our community at a time when it’s needed the most,” said Dietrich. “I look forward to growing our mission of uniting the community to fight hunger in Montgomery County.”
Dietrich holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Arkansas and will soon hold a master’s degree in business administration from Sam Houston State University. Dietrich resides in Willis, Texas with her husband, Scott, and their two dogs.
If you are interested in ways you can partner with Montgomery County Food Bank in the fight against hunger, please visit mcfoodbank.org or contact the food bank at email@example.com or 936.271.8800.
Montgomery County Food Bank is a nonprofit, hunger relief organization dedicated to uniting the community to fight hunger. Montgomery County Food Bank provides meals to families, seniors and children who lack access to wholesome nourishing food through a network of 80+ partner agencies, local school districts and community partners. Through partnerships with local retailers and wholesalers, Montgomery County Food Bank receives and purposefully distributes donated and surplus food. True to its mission, Montgomery County Food Bank works alongside volunteers, corporate and community partners, and nonprofit agencies to build a community where everyone has access to sufficient, nutritious food.
Montgomery County Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, member of Feeding Texas and Feeding America Networks, and a partner of Houston Food Bank.