KIM M. JOHNSON
Kim has spent the last 30 years of her life working on the frontlines of underserved communities in central Florida, helping to improve the lives of children and families. Kim’s professional experience includes management, program development, training, teaching, grant writing, and community engagement in social service, schools, university, and nonprofit settings. It was when she began managing the Callahan Neighborhood Center in 2007 where her love of anti-hunger work began. She served on the board of Florida Impact for two years and then worked as their Central Florida Program Coordinator from 2010 until 2017. During that time, she also served on the board of Central Florida Second Harvest Food Bank. Kim then moved on to work for Orange County Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services as their grants, nutrition, education, and community programs manager until she re-joined Florida Impact as President/CEO in January 2021. Kim was born and raised in Great Neck, New York, and she received her Bachelor's of Social Work and Master's of Social Work from Adelphi University. Kim is married to Langston Johnson and the proud mother of three amazing daughters, Robyn, Renee, and Ryanna. She is a member of Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church in Orlando and a proud member of her beloved sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. She loves to exercise, roller skate, and spend time with her family.
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Regional Project Coordinator
Asheena Moses joined the Florida Impact team in June 2021. She has ten years of experience in the field of food service, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Culinary Arts and Food and Beverage Management from Le Cordon Bleu, and a Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis on Nutrition from Liberty University. For the last four years, Asheena served as a Food and Nutrition Specialist with Orange County Public Schools. It was there she realized her purpose: to work in a capacity that allows her the opportunity to assist in improving the health of individuals in underserved communities. Asheena earned her Master’s degree in May of 2021, graduating with honors . She is excited to carry out the mission of Florida Impact to End Hunger. In her spare time, Asheena enjoys painting and cooking.
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Regional Project Coordinator
Darneshia joined Florida Impact to End Hunger in February 2020. She graduated with her bachelor's in Psychology from American Military University in 2018 and continued her education by obtaining her master's degree in Public Health in 2020. She interned with Florida Impact to End Hunger on the Florida Healthy Retail project in the city of Homestead, as well as facilitated the Homestead Food Access Coalition. Born and raised in Miami, Darneshia is passionate about helping her community through ensuring that one's health is not determined by their socioeconomic status. Her community involvement includes Homestead Hospital where she worked as an Executive Assistant and assisted in the development of the Healthy Homestead Initiative and conducted many community outreach events educating the community on physical activity and nutrition resources available within the community. When not advocating for health and wellness promotion, Darneshia enjoys spending time at Disney, fishing, cooking and reading.
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Outreach & Advocacy Manager
Kelli Greene joined the Florida Impact team in January of 2019 at the Administrative Coordinator after completing two AmeriCorps terms with the Florida Conservation Corps. Prior to working with AmeriCorps, Kelli worked at the Florida Department of Health (FLDOH) for four years, and in sales and customer service preceding work for FLDOH. Kelli has proudly worked her way from Administrative Coordinator to Regional Project Coordinator, and now works as the Statewide Outreach & Advocacy Manager at Florida Impact. In 2022, she graduated with her bachelor’s degree majoring in Accounting, with a minor in Communications and in Business Management from Flagler College. Kelli brings enthusiasm to get things done through working with her Florida Impact team and building community networks throughout the state of Florida. In her spare time, Kelli enjoys being enveloped in the outdoors through camping, hiking, bird watching and gardening.
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Community Outreach Specialist
Mrs. Earline Hayes joined the Florida Impact team in February 2022. After 28 years as a Senior Communications Specialists with a Fortune 500 Company, Earline is the epitome of dedicated service. While in this position she set a new standard with her innovative skills to ensure that consumers were provided with professional, knowledgeable, and experienced assistance. She will now incorporate her soft skills as our new Community Outreach Specialist. Serving as a proud wife and Caregiver to her disabled husband, Earline also serves as a loving mother, and BiBi. In her free time she volunteers as the Administrator of her church, Word Aflame Ministries, is a true champion for the elderly and loves to maintain her community in the way it deserves; well kept and in order. We welcome Earline along with her creative and positive energy to the Florida Feed The Hungry Team.
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Kelsi King joined the Florida Impact team in September of 2022. She is currently studying public health at Florida State University and aspires to get her Master's in Public Health (MPH) in the near future. As Operations Coordinator, Kelsi is invested in the day-to-day operations of Florida Impact. She eagerly assists in office management as well as bridging the gap between our team and the community. In her free time, Kelsi enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to the beach, and reading.
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Raffaela Susi has been on the Florida Impact team since 2011. When she joined as a Program Assistant, her main responsibilities were designing flyers and other publications, maintaining company social media, and answering calls for the Florida Summer Food Hotline. She became the Communications Coordinator in 2012 after spearheading an entire rebranding of the organization. In 2015, Raffaela moved to Seattle and was kept on as the remote Graphic Designer. She has designed all websites and most publications produced by Florida Impact, and continues with new projects to this day.
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Elisabeth is the owner of Small Business Concerns, and has been Florida Impact's bookkeeper since 2017. Always looking for new ways to make processes more efficient, Elisabeth excels in developing time-saving processes and techniques. Elisabeth has been a QuickBooks Certified Pro-Advisor for both desktop and online versions of QuickBooks since 2012 and continues to renew that certification with each new update to the QuickBooks software family. In her spare time, Elisabeth enjoys handcrafts, baking, and writing.
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Sidney Watts has been keeping Florida Impact up-to-date with the latest technology since 2015. He is the President/CEO of Parallel Synergistic Consulting, a business that specializes in network design, installation, and maintenance. Sidney is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. Sidney does not let his title of President/ CEO get in the way of his hands-on approach to service delivery. Many new customers are surprised to see the company president at their agency working side by side with his employees to ensure technology needs are met. Many local nonprofits rely on Sidney for his wonderful and reliable service, and we're lucky to be one of them!
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Social Media Strategist
Anna joined the Florida Impact team in September of 2022 as the part time Social Media Strategist. She grew up on a small farm nestled in suburban Indiana where her family raised and showed Shetland sheep. Anna has always been invested in the nonprofit sector, working with many nonprofits in Indianapolis ranging from from environmental advocacy groups to community-building arts organizations. After graduating in 2020 from Indiana University with a degree in Nonprofit Management, she moved to Tallahassee and worked closely with the Friends of Maclay Gardens as the Event Coordinator at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park. In this role, her passion for social media storytelling shined as she transformed the park's social accounts. Currently, she works full time for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection as an Outdoor Recreation Specialist with the Office of Greenways and Trails. In her free time, she enjoys serving as a board member for Keep Tallahassee Beautiful, hiking, and photographing scenes of abandoned rural America.
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