Our Team

Our small but mighty staff team are here for you. We'd love to hear from you, help find answers to questions, and share your successes!

Trish Twomey, Executive Director

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Trish has been involved with emergency food programs for the past 39 years. After founding and directing the University District Food Bank in Seattle for ten years, she moved on to Solid Ground where she held advancing positions culminating as Director of the Hunger Action Center.  In this role, she provided technical and administrative support to the coalition of food banks in Seattle (Seattle Food Committee) as well as oversaw several anti-hunger and nutrition programs. She also was the EFAP contractor for 16 years for the Seattle Food Banks. She served as the Membership Director of the coalition for 5 1/2 years and currently serves as the Executive Director. 

Trish has held many leadership positions in anti-hunger coalitions and organizations throughout the state. She served two terms as the co-chair of the Washington Food Coalition and served five years on the Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) statewide advisory work group. She represented King County food banks on the county’s EFSP Board for 28 years and is a past president of the Washington State Food and Nutrition Council and co-chair of the Anti-Hunger and Nutrition Coalition.

Trish holds a BA in Sociology from Washington State University and a Certificate in Human Services Management from the University of Washington. 

Dana Cordy, Nutrition Consultant 

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Dana’s work is centered around increasing access to nutritious, affordable, and sustainable foods that meet the needs of diverse cultures. As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist working in the field of public health nutrition, she is especially passionate about changing the food system to improve health outcomes for those who are most vulnerable. Dana finds the most impactful efforts are those created through community partnerships. She has previously managed nutrition and health programs in clinical and community settings in Minneapolis, New York City and Seattle. She currently consults for food banks, emergency food programs and other community-based organizations implementing evidence-based strategies to promote nutrition security. She serves as an advisor to nutrition incentive providers to advance health equity and improve nutritional health.

 We are your best resource for tools, innovations, best practices, advocacy, and general questions (EFAP, TEFAP, etc.) so that every emergency food agency in the state of Washington can make the most positive impact possible
within their communities and for those that they serve. 
We love to hear from you!
Contact us with questions/ideas at 206-729-0501 or toll-free at 1-877-729-0501 
For questions specific to membership (dues, renewals, joining, benefits) please contact Trish directly.
For questions specific to partnering with the WFC, our Board of Directors, and donations please us at [email protected]