Vice President, Ending Hunger Programs, Feeding America
Erica Greeley is Vice President of Programs at Feeding America. She leads the organization’s Ending Hunger strategy, which is designed to help working families achieve food security. Erica also oversees National Programs, including efforts to combat child and senior hunger, increase SNAP enrollment, and support collective impact pilots working to break the cycle of financial tradeoffs families facing hunger make. Before working at Feeding America, Erica held several senior positions at Independent Sector, the national leadership forum for charities, foundations, and corporate giving programs, where she researched trends and challenges facing the American nonprofit community, as well as drivers of success in public policy advocacy. In her role as Vice President of Networks, she oversaw network engagement and membership. Erica has also served as the Deputy Director for the National Council of Nonprofits with responsibility for programs, public policy, and communications. Erica is an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University. She holds an MPP from the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown and a B.A. from Wesleyan University.