Feed Northland Kids is a unique organization focused on addressing weekend nutrition and hunger by providing healthy, kid-friendly foods for school-age children, living in the Northland of Kansas City, MO. We are honored by the involvement of our board members, comprised of thought leaders and industry luminaries that are helping to create awareness, raise funding and identify solutions to address this need.
Chris EvansNonprofit experience, plus her long-time community volunteer experience, enables Chris to bring an understanding of the Northland community and a desire to make a difference in the lives of children. Her degree in Marketing, certification in nonprofit fundraising and a talent for coordinating people, projects and events is a great fit for Feed Northland Kids. Chris has been a small business owner and a television news production team member. She has served on the board of Directors for the Harvest Ball Society, including a term as President of the Board, and several event chairs; Culture thru Ballroom Dance board of Directors as President and grant writer and on various other community boards and committee's. She has lived in the northland of Kansas City for 35 years.
Jean MooreJean has been a resident of Gladstone since 1975. She is a former aid to the late Congressman Jerry Litton and late Senator Tom Eagleton. She has served on the board of Directors for the Kansas City Ronald McDonald Houses, including a term as President of the Board. She owns a market research consulting business that has been in operation since 1992. She has served on the Gladstone City Council since 2011, including 3 years as Mayor. Jean has volunteered for 20 years as a Youth Friend in the North Kansas City School District, and is a former member of the Advisory Board for the Kansas City Assistance League.
Brian HallLifetime Northland attorney. Father of two, grandfather of three and supporter of children and children's causes.
Chris DonnelliOwner of Miller-Donnelli Agency Inc. where he has worked for over 30 years. Is a life-long Platte County resident and active community supporter of a variety of causes. He lives in Platte City with his wife and 3 children. He enjoys Rotary and spending time on the family farm.
Gregory Adams C.P.A. serves as the Director of Accounting for Swope Health Services a non for profit Community Health Center. He specializes in financial statement reporting, non for profit tax returns and audit engagements. Greg has also served six board terms for Jackson County CASA. A life-long Northlander, he lives in Kansas City with his wife, Jodi.