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Meet MFB Florida's newest employee

Midwest Food Bank Florida is excited to welcome John McKinnon as our new Community Relations and Volunteer Manager. With two decades of experience in both business and nonprofit management, John's addition to the team is a significant milestone. His expertise and dedication align perfectly with Midwest Food Bank's mission.

John's professional journey has taken him across the United States and to countries such as Malaysia, the Philippines, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica, where he has honed a diverse skill set in both corporate and nonprofit sectors.

"Midwest Food Bank is responding to those in need while modeling a Christ-like example," says John. "I could not be more grateful for the opportunity to serve with this organization!" 

Before joining Midwest Food Bank, John was the Executive Director and CEO of several Adult and Teen Challenge locations, including two in Florida. John's strength lies in transforming and stabilizing struggling organizations, helping them achieve financial stability and fulfill their missions effectively.

"John McKinnon's experience in improving organizations and his passion for making a difference make him an excellent fit for Midwest Food Bank," says Karl Steidinger, Executive Director of MFB Florida.

John McKinnon is not only a seasoned nonprofit professional but also a dedicated family man and an ordained minister. He and his wife, Rachel, have been married for 16 years, and together, they are proud parents to their children, Nolan (15) and Natalie (13). 

John McKinnon's appointment at Midwest Food Bank Florida will help us further our mission. His experience and passion will positively impact those we serve.

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