Meghan Nicholls
09 Jun ・ BY Lyara Malvar

Meghan Nicholls Elected Feed Ontario’s New Board Chair

In the spirit of celebrating our people, we are proud to announce that Meghan, our very own Chief Executive Officer, has been elected as Feed Ontario’s brand new Board Chair!

Meghan has been a member of Feed Ontario’s Board of Directors since August 2020 and was voted into the chair position on Tuesday, June 7, 2022 at their annual general meeting. Driven by her strong passion for ending hunger and poverty, Meghan will continue to drive change and lead work in the community to combat food insecurity.

“I am humbled and thrilled to take on the position of Board Chair for Feed Ontario, where I will be able to work alongside community members and other food banks  to create change. I look forward to being challenged and advocating to end hunger not only in my own city, but across our province,” says Meghan.

With more than 20 years of working in the nonprofit sector, Meghan has spent her career committed to helping others. Prior to joining The Mississauga Food Bank in 2009, Meghan worked with organizations dedicated to causes such as women’s development, international relief, and youth mental health. She has also taken on many volunteer roles throughout the years including the Treasurer role on the boards of Camp Mini-Yo-We and Reunion Oakville.

With her dedication and drive, she was able to lead The Mississauga Food Bank team to win Nonprofit of the Year from the Mississauga Board of Trade in 2020 and to becoming our region’s first certified Living Wage employer in 2021.

From all of us here at The Mississauga Food Bank, congratulations Meghan! Your leadership knows no bounds, and we can’t thank you enough for your dedication towards making sure no one goes hungry.

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