Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County is pleased to announce the addition of three individuals to its Board of Directors – Patrick Finnegan, Bill Koschak and Sunny Reelhorn Parr. “We at Second Harvest are thrilled to welcome these corporate and community leaders to our Board of Directors,” said Claudia Bonilla Keller, CEO, Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. “Each of them is a strong advocate for our mission. We deeply appreciate their willingness to share their vast experience with Second Harvest and, by extension, those we serve throughout Orange County.” Each Board member will serve a three-year term.
As Senior Vice President of Operations at Disneyland Resort, Finnegan is responsible for the thoughtful and thorough delivery of site strategies focused on the guest and Cast Member (employee) experience, as well as ensuring the quality delivery of the resort’s existing and new attractions and offerings. Previously, Finnegan was the Vice President of Disney California Adventure Park and Downtown Disney District, leading all facets of the operation. Patrick joined Disney in 2001 and has held multiple leadership roles within Finance and Operations.
Koschak is a CPA and is a board-certified cybersecurity expert with deep expertise in business strategy, accounting, finance, governance, business scalability, mergers & acquisitions, capital markets and raising capital. He has over 30 years of board, corporate, finance and accounting leadership. He recently founded Advancement CFO, a consulting firm providing business advisory and fractional CFO services to publicly traded and private companies. Further, he served as the Chief Financial Officer of Calyxt, Inc. prior to the closing of its merger with Cibus, Inc., and has worked in executive positions for Brain Therapies, Medtronic, Young America Holdings, Inc., General Mills and KPMG LLP.
As the Head of Social Impact for Kroger, Parr leads the strategic development, stakeholder engagement and execution of initiatives to advance important social issues to achieve the company’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) goals. She is passionate about Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste social and environmental impact plan to create communities free of hunger and waste. Parr previously served as Director of Corporate Affairs for Ralphs and Food 4 Less, the California divisions of Kroger, where she led communications, media relations, government relations and philanthropy. Prior to that, she was the Executive Director and Head of Philanthropy, leading corporate philanthropic strategy and grantmaking across the Kroger family of companies.