Four new members - Susan Hubley, John Klobusicky, John MacDonald and Dan Reisteter - have joined the all-volunteer board of directors of the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. The group began their three-year term on January 1, 2013.
Susan Hubley is Director of Community Affairs, Central Region, for Highmark, Inc. Ms. Hubley manages all aspects of the corporation’s grant making and community outreach programs. In her 24-year career with Highmark, Ms. Hubley has held various positions within the Community Affairs area. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications, Journalism and Public Relations from Shippensburg University and also serves on the board of directors of the Cultural Enrichment Fund and the YWCA of Greater Harrisburg, and is an active member of various committees for the United Way of the Capital Region.
John Klobusicky is Administrative Vice President for M&T Bank. Mr. Klobusicky has been employed by M&T Bank for 13 years. In his current position, Mr. Klobusicky manages Defined Benefit, Endowment & Foundation, and institutional operating accounts, and works closely with clients in developing custom policy statements. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, with a Pre-Law Minor and an M.B.A. in Finance and Investment from Marywood College. He also serves on the United Way of the Capital Region Investment Committee and HACC Foundation Board.
John MacDonald is Director of Marketing and External Communications for GIANT Food Stores, with headquarters in Carlisle, PA. Mr. MacDonald directs GIANT’s marketing, public relations and community engagement activities. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in marketing from Bloomsburg University and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Lebanon Valley College, and serves as an adjunct professor at both Elizabethtown College and Delaware Valley College in the continuing education Undergraduate and Graduate programs.
Dan Reisteter is Vice President, Government Relations for the Pennsylvania Bankers Association. Mr. Reisteter is responsible for implementing the Association’s state government relations program and advocate activities, and identifying legislative and regulatory issues impacting the banking industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science from the University of Scranton. Dan has served on the Board of Directors of the Commonwealth Cornerstone Group since 2004. The Commonwealth Cornerstone Group is a mission-driven nonprofit established by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency to enhance, strengthen and revitalize low-income communities throughout Pennsylvania and to stimulate economic opportunities for low-income residents through the creation of jobs, enhancement of wealth and the provision of services within these communities.
The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank Board of Directors is comprised of a maximum of 24 community volunteers that meet bi-monthly and are responsible for the management of the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank’s business and fiscal affairs. Each Board Member may serve a maximum of two three-year terms on the board. With the addition of these four Board Members, the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank board has 23 Board Members in place at this time.