David Davenport

last updated 12/5/2016

David M. Davenport

Executive Director at End Hunger Network

Location:
3819 Hunt Manor Drive, Fairfax, Virginia, United States
HQ Phone:
(703) 731-6109

General Information

Experience

President - C3 Non-Profit Consulting, LLC

President and Chief Executive Officer - Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano

Director of Web, Film and Interactive Strategies for the High Plains Division - American Cancer Society Inc

Director of Development and Campaign Director - Boys & Girls Harbor Inc

Branch Executive Director - YMCA

Education

Bachelor of Science - Political Science , Texas A&M University

Affiliations

Board Member - Texas A&M University

Midwest Regional Ambassador (Volunteer) - CForward

Board Member - Texas Food Bank Network

Board Member - City of Austin/Travis County Sustainable Food Policy Board

President and Chief Executive Officer - Capital Area Food Bank

Member - America's Second Harvest

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Management

Executive and Management Team | Executive and Management Team | David Davenport | Emily Babb | Kelly Camunez | René Carlin | Paige DeLeon | Lisa Goddard | Wendy Heiges | Adrienne Longenecker | Kerri Qunell | Mark Jackson | Amy Silvey | Kim Willis | Cheryl Harp | Tracie Pumphrey | Russell Schneider | Karla Cantu | Konnie Craig | Monica Escobar | Rachael Hawkey | Sherry LeBlanc | Augustine Ornelas | Dana Shelton | Kevin Summers | Charlie Ward | Michael Wooten
David Davenport, President & CEO David Davenport joined the Capital Area Food Bank in March 2008 as President & CEO. David was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and moved with his family to the Houston area in 1974. David earned his Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M University where he currently serves as a member of the Former Students Advisory Board for the Department of Political Science. Soon after graduation from college, David began a successful career with the YMCA serving communities here in Texas as well as internationally in Japan, Mexico and Brazil. In 2004, David became the Executive Director of End Hunger Network-then a small food rescue organization. Since 2004, End Hunger Network has received national acclaim as one of the most effective and innovative organizations of its type in the United States. Growing from seven employees in 2004 to 36 in 2007, End Hunger Network serves as a national model for food rescue and human service serving the most vulnerable members of the greater Houston community. David has been an active Rotarian for more than a decade and is a Paul Harris Fellow. David serves as a member of the City of Austin/Travis County Sustainable Food Policy Board and as Vice-Chair of the Texas Food Bank Network Board of Directors. A bi-lateral lung transplant survivor, David is an advocate for organ donation and removing the barriers of participation in organ donor programs. David and his wife, Ginger, have three children, Lauren (13), Danielle (13) and Brandon (7). Connect with David on: LinkedInFacebookTwitter Wendy lives in south Austin with her husband Dave, son Fitch, Sal the Pug and Addie the St. Bernard.

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http://www.austinfoodbank.org/archive/about-us/staff-bios.html

David Davenport
President & CEO David Davenport joined the Food Bank in March 2008 as President & CEO. David was born in Baltimore, Maryland and moved with his family to the Houston area in 1974. David went on to earn his Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University where he currently serves as a member of the Former Students Advisory Board for the Department of Political Science. Soon after graduation from college, David began a successful career with the YMCA serving communities here in Texas as well as internationally in Japan, Mexico and Brazil. In 2004, David became the Executive Director of End Hunger Network-then a small food rescue organization. Since 2004, End Hunger Network has received national acclaim as one of the most effective and innovative organizations of its type in the United States. Growing from seven employees in 2004 to thirty six in 2007, End Hunger Network serves as a national model for food rescue and human service serving the most vulnerable members of the greater Houston community. David has been an active Rotarian for over a decade and is a Paul Harris Fellow. David serves as a member of the City of Austin/Travis County Sustainable Food Policy Board and as Vice-Chair of the Texas Food Bank Network Board of Directors. A bi-lateral lung transplant survivor, David is an advocate for organ donation and removing the barriers of participation in organ donor programs. David and his wife, Ginger, have three children, Lauren (13), Danielle (13) and Brandon (7).

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