Executive Staff

Bill Bolling
Founder and Executive Director
Bill Bolling has served as Executive Director of the Atlanta Community Food Bank since founding the organization in 1979. In this capacity, he oversees the distribution of millions of pounds of food and grocery products each year through a network of more than 600 local and regional partner nonprofit organizations that feed the hungry across 29 Georgia counties. As a charter member of Feeding America, the national network of food banks, Bill was instrumental in the start-up of food banks across the country. He is a frequent speaker on topics related to hunger, poverty, regionalism, affordable housing and public policy reform. His skills in bridging various public sectors have made him a leader in strengthening the community to serve those most in need. Prior to his association with ACFB, he served as director of community ministries for St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta. Georgia Trend Magazine named Bill their 2012 Georgian of the Year, and in January 2015, he joined Georgia Trend’s Most Influential Hall of Fame. His recent awards include the 2015 Dan Sweat Award presented by Central Atlanta Progress, the 2015 Heroes, Saints and Legends Award presented by the Foundation of Wesley Woods, the 2014 Award for Distinguished Service presented by the Atlanta Business League, the 2009 Shining Light Award presented by Atlanta Gas Light and News/Talk 750 WSB, and the 2009 Beacon of Light Award presented by BoardWalk Consulting. To learn more about ACFB Executive Director Bill Bolling, please visit our newsroom.  

Julie Bryant Fisher
Vice President, Communications and Marketing
In her role as VP of Communications & Marketing at the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB), Julie oversees the strategic direction of marketing, branding and communications efforts and initiatives, promoting and supporting the Food Bank’s mission to fight hunger by engaging, educating and empowering our community. Prior to joining ACFB, Julie served as Senior Manager for Communications at the Metro Atlanta Chamber. An award-winning journalist, Julie began her career as a reporter and has extensive media experience working across the fields of print, radio, television and public relations. In her role as Managing Editor of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, she was part of the executive editing team for the city’s premier weekly business paper, reaching more than 200,000 readers. Julie is a member of the Leadership Atlanta class of 2007, a German Marshall Memorial Fund Fellow and an active community volunteer, serving on the boards of ChattahoocheeNOW, the Serenbe Institute and the Georgia Council for International Visitors. She received her B.S. in Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Sarah Fonder-Kristy
Vice President, Development
Sarah is the Vice President of Development at the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Sarah has worked at ACFB since 2000 to fight hunger and serve more than 600 partner nonprofit feeding organizations. In her current role, she oversees fundraising from corporations, foundations, individuals, government, civic and religious organizations. Sarah previously managed the Food Bank's volunteer program, utilizing more than 15,000 volunteers annually. She is a member of Georgia Planned Giving Council and has presented on fundraising at the Nonprofit Summit by Georgia Center for Nonprofits and at Feeding America national fundraising conferences. Sarah was in the founding class of L.E.A.D. Atlanta and is a past president of the Council of Volunteer Administrators (COVA). Prior to her career at the Food Bank, she worked with Georgia Court Appointed Special Advocates. She received her Master of Public Administration at Georgia State University and her B.A. in Sociology from Emory University. 

Rob Johnson
Vice President, Community Services
In his role as VP of Community Services, Rob Johnson is responsible for guiding ACFB to improve, expand and integrate its hunger-relief services through its key partner agencies and others in the broad "Community of Concern" for those in need.  Prior to his current position, Rob served for 15 years as Chief Operating Officer. He began his work at the Food Bank in 1987 as the founding manager of  Atlanta's Table, the Food Bank’s prepared and perishable food rescue project. Prior to his career with  ACFB, Rob was a volunteer administrator and resource developer for Wesley Community Centers and a founding partner of the Open Door Community's homeless ministry in Atlanta. He has served on multiple national Feeding America task force groups to improve best practices among his colleagues and chaired FoodChain, a national network of perishable food rescue programs. Rob is Chair-elect of Organization Change Alliance, the regional association of organization development professionals.  Rob received his Master of Social Psychology at the University of Georgia and his B.S. in Psychology at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg.

Richard LeBer
Vice President, Finance & Strategy
As VP of Finance and Strategy, Richard LeBer oversees ACFB’s Finance, Risk Management, Information Technology, Business Management and Facilities. He is also responsible for leading the development of the Food Bank’s long-term strategy, and monitoring its implementation. Richard joined the staff of the Food Bank in April 2012, but he has been involved with the organization since 1999 as a sponsor, consultant, Board member, and Board Chair. Richard has extensive industry experience, notably as the CEO of National Linen Service, a $300 million provider of laundry services, and as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. Richard holds a Bachelor of Mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo in Canada, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Kyle Waide
Vice President, Supply Chain
As VP of Supply Chain, Kyle Waide oversees ACFB’s Procurement, Warehousing, Inventory Management, Logistics and Transportation operations. He also leads the Food Bank's Product Rescue Center where volunteers sort and pack donated product, and the Kids In Need project which distributes brand new school supplies to teachers of high need schools. Kyle brings a variety of work experiences to ACFB. Early in his career he taught school in Compton, California with Teach for America, and later was a co-founder of the national premier nonprofit rating service, Charity Navigator. More recently, he joined Home Depot where he served in Community Affairs, managing the company’s relationships with various nonprofit partners and launching a company initiative around corporate social and environmental responsibility. He also managed multiple Home Depot stores and was responsible for $40 million in annual sales. Kyle is an honors graduate of Harvard University with a B.A. in English Literature. He also earned a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona.

Tony Wright
VP of Human Resources
In his role as VP of Human Resources, Tony Wright is responsible for creating, implementing and maintaining HR programs required for ACFB to excel in its mission to fight hunger by engaging, educating and empowering our community. Tony’s professional experiences include senior leadership roles in Human Resources with organizations including the Virginia Mason Medical Center, Global Payments, the Coca-Cola Company and Owens Corning. In these roles, he consistently demonstrated keen business acumen in ensuring that HR strategies not only accelerated the achievement of business objectives but also represented a competitive advantage for the company.  He has held numerous leadership positions in community organizations and is often invited to deliver motivational speeches to organizations focused on at risk youth. Tony is a graduate of The University of Georgia where he received a Master’s degree in Counseling and of St. John Bosco College where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy.  

For more information on our Executive Staff, contact info@acfb.org or 404.892.9822.

Board of Directors


Arlene Glaser, Chair
Senior Ethics & Compliance
The Coca-Cola Company

Mary Moore, Vice-Chair
The Cook’s Warehouse

Jackie Parker, Secretary
Founder & President
JWP Consulting, LLC 

Andrew Stith, Treasurer
Chief Operating Officer
International Media Technologies

Kathleen Ciaramello, Advisory Chair
President of On-site North America
The Coca-Cola Company


Ellen Bailey
Managing Director, Human Resources
Midtown Consulting Group, Inc.

Martha Brooks
Corporate Director
Harley-Davidson, Inc., Jabil Inc.

Joe Chow
Vice President / General Manager
Cisco Systems, Inc. 

James Dallas
Retired SVP, Quality & Operations
Medtronic, Inc.

Steven J. de Groot
Executive Vice President, General Counsel 
EVO Payments International, LLC

Ed Fisher
Managing Partner
SouthPointe Ventures, LLC

Mark Holifield
Executive Vice President
The Home Depot

Patrick Jones
Chief Engagement Officer
Strategy, Creative & Content

Robby Kukler
Fifth Group Restaurants

Bill Levisay
Chief Customer Officer
WM Bolthouse Farms, Inc. 

Matt McKenna
Senior Vice President
AutoTrader Group

Margaret “Marjy” Stagmeier
TriStar Investment

Wayne Vason
Senior Counsel
Troutman Sanders LLP

Lesley T. Wainwright
Senior Counsel 
Turner Entertainment Networks, Inc. 

Jerry Wilkinson
The Wilkinson Group

General Counsel:

David Long-Daniels
Greenberg Traurig, LLP

For more information on our Board of Directors, contact info@acfb.org or 404.892.9822.

Advisory Board


Adam Noyes
Proof of the Pudding

Andrew P. Kaiser
Stout Kaiser Matteson Peake & Hendrick LLC

Andrew Traub
A&S Culinary Concepts

Ann Mitchell
Nationwide Insurance

Arvind Krishnaswami
Medlytix, LLC

Becca Brett Leish

Bill Lathrop
Coca-Cola Refreshments

Bob Parker
American Express

Brad Koeneman
Hilton Atlanta

Brandon Sutton

Brett Williams

Carlos Foster
Nationwide Insurance

Caroline Wilbert
The Wilbert Group

Chip Colson
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates

Chris Weiser

David Abes
LDV Hospitality

Doug Foley
Center Cut Restaurant Group

Fernando Manfredi
Sysco Atlanta

George Brown
The Omni Hotel

Guy Thomson
Proof of the Pudding

Holly Beach
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates

Jenny Piccione
The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead

Joe Uhl
Renaissance Waverly Hotel

John Wolcott

Jonna Kirkwood
Kaiser Permanente

Kathleen Ciaramello, Chair
Coca-Cola Company

Kelly Hornbuckle
First Data

Kevin O'Leary
Hilton Atlanta

Kevin Rathbun

Lauren Fernandez
Community Volunteer

Lee Woodham
FreshPoint of Atlanta

Lisa Parker
Community Volunteer

Lolita Jackson
Georgia Power

Marina Bryant
World Events, Inc.

Mark Lerner
Capstone Financial Partners

Neal Patton
AMC, Inc.

Paul Baker
Sterling Risk Advisors

Paul Slobig

Pete Cappiali
FreshPoint of Atlanta

Rachel Batiste
The Omni Hotel

Raghu Kakarala
Forty Four

Rashmee Goes
Community Volunteer

Ricky Steele
Hunter Technical Resources

Ronald Fennel
Georgia Capitol Associates

Ryan Costigan
Georgia Restaurant Association

Sheryl Myers
Stateline Films

Song Kim

Tim Swoger
HCC Insurance

Todd Rushing
Concentrics Restaurants

Tom Minella
Whirley DrinkWorks

Tony Martin
Medlytix, LLC

Virginia Willis
Willis Culinary Productions

For more information on our Advisory Board, contact info@acfb.org or 404.892.9822.