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Food bank names C-Suite leader to oversee fleet, logistics, supply chain

  • By Mark Gordon
  • | 9:30 a.m. December 14, 2023
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Bill Haley, who spent nearly 40 years with engine manufacturing giant Cummins, has been named chief logistics and supply chain officer with All Faiths Food Bank in Sarasota.

In the newly created role, Haley, according to a statement, will oversee the organization’s fleet of more than 25 vehicles, which travel nearly 200,000 miles a year. He also will be responsible for providing strategic leadership, vision and guidance for the operations department — developing, evaluating and improving the organization’s current activities and projected growth. Day-to-day activities include inventory/supply chain, logistics, facilities, fleet safety, quality control, data analytics and project management, the release states. Haley will also be a critical participant in the food bank’s risk management and disaster response activities. 

Founded in 1989, All Faiths had $40.88 million in revenue in its most recent fiscal year, according to public tax filings. In 2022, the organization, with a mission to “provide healthy solutions to end hunger” in the community, distributed nearly 21 million pounds of food, held or contributed the food for 756 food distributions each month and worked with hundreds of community partners to ensure food was reaching people in need.

Haley worked for Columbus, Indiana-based Cummins from 1982 to 2019, according to his LinkedIn profile. “I am both flattered and proud for the opportunity to join All Faiths Food Bank, knowing the positive impact this organization has had on the lives of so many people in our community," Haley says in the statement. "I look forward to helping to build on the legacy All Faiths has already created. 

“While there are many critical resources and activities comprising any food bank’s work, nothing we do would be possible without a meticulous and strategic leader connecting all of the many dots,” All Faiths Food Bank CEO Sandra Frank adds in the release. “The CLO position is essential to our current and future success; we are thrilled to welcome Bill to All Faiths and look forward to his contributions as part of our team.”

This is the second C-suite hire the food bank has announced in recent months. Prominent are nonprofit executive Nelle Miller was named CEO in October, replacing Frank, who will retire. The transition begins in January. 



Mark Gordon

Mark Gordon is the managing editor of the Business Observer. He has worked for the Business Observer since 2005. He previously worked for newspapers and magazines in upstate New York, suburban Philadelphia and Jacksonville.

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