Through his life Doug often found himself in the role of service within his career and community. After years of writing and testing operational business theories, Doug decided to deliver new innovative approaches collaborating with nonprofits and for-profit organizations to help disadvantaged people suffering unnecessarily. He now leads the nonprofit development and strategy of the Miracle Food Network, as it fights the battleground of hunger, poverty, homelessness, and hopelessness across the United States.
David Cramer has a huge heart for helping. With over 20 years of financial advising, David adds his 'candle power' to any endeavor to help structure projects to become more viable. In his spare time, he has developed and successfully tested a "Veggie Handout" in Ventura California for his disadvantaged neighbors sourcing surplus produce from the Borderland Food Bank in New Mexico.. David brings invaluable insight and experience to not only Miracle Food Network strategies and direction, he also brightens our days with his sense of humor.
Micah Nickey is passionate about changing the course of poverty. He grew up surrounded by the abject poverty and despair of tribal members living on Plains Indian Reservations. Micah discovered his path out of his surroundings and is committed to lead others to more healthy and productive lives. He has an extensive background coordinating with diverse populations in the areas of employment, education and community programs. Micah is a respected resource for State and Tribal governments as well as Fortune 500 companies in the areas of training and development, regulation and compliance, professional development, and inclusive environments for Children, Individuals with disabilities and Native Americans with Disabilities. Miracle Food Network is grateful for Micah's perspective and contributions to our mission.
Tracey Michelle Trolle is a "connector". Her grace and diplomacy is as large as her network, which spans continents and cultures. She is a proud member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, a mother of two beautiful and intelligent children. Tracey is following the paths of her ancestors and grandfathers Mushulatubbee, Choctaw Chief from the early 19th century, in politics and business. She is well-known and respected as a community leader and one always fighting against injustice. Tracey is equally passionate about bringing people together for a great cause and projects improving our communities in education, business, community issues and other injustices. Family and community are priorities for her. She is a trusted and valued director on our board.