Fulfill Food Bank of Neptune, which provides meals to over 200,000 people in Monmouth and Ocean counties, has appointed Triada Stampas as its new president and CEO. She will begin in the role Dec. 1.

“As someone who grew up in a working class, immigrant family that survived natural disasters and lean times, I am especially honored to lead Fulfill’s work to build food security in Monmouth and Ocean counties with an approach grounded in inclusion, collaboration, and partnership,” Stampas said.

Stampas enters the position with a strong background in fighting hunger and food insecurity.

She previously served as a member of the executive team at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey (CFBNJ) and worked in a senior position at the Food Bank For New York City before that. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Social Anthropology at Harvard University, and a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.

“Ending hunger takes all of us, and I look forward to working shoulder to shoulder with Fulfill’s board, staff, and feeding partners to create shared solutions for the Jersey Shore,” she said.