Montgomery County Food Bank announces New President and CEO
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX - The Montgomery County Food Bank (MCFB) Board of Directors has announced Kristine Marlow, former Children’s Sacrament and Formation Manager at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Montgomery County, as the new President and CEO of the Montgomery County Food Bank.
After graduating from the United States Air Force Academy Kristine served in the Air Force for eight years as an Aerospace Physiology Officer and Operational Test Manager. Her husband of 26 years, Garth, also served in the Air Force as a pilot and now flies for United Airlines. Kristine and Garth settled in Montgomery County 21 years ago and have raised four children who actively serve in the local community. Kristine continues to spend countless hours volunteering in many service organizations and was awarded The Woodlands Township Volunteer of the Year Award in 2013. She began employment at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in The Woodlands in 2011 and implemented innovative programs that ministered to over 1000 families each year. “I am excited to lead the amazing team at MCFB in our mission to unite the community to fight hunger. It is truly a blessing and honor to be chosen to serve our community in this capacity.”
“On behalf of the Board of Directors, we could not be more pleased to have Kristine as our leader. We are confident that her passion and skill will take the fight against hunger to new heights.” states Kelly Holmes, Woodforest Executive VP & CFO and MCFB Chairman.
Kristine holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the US Air Force Academy, a Master of Science in Management from Troy State University, and is currently working toward a Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies from St. Thomas University in Houston. She and her family reside in The Woodlands, TX.