Amy Guerrieri, President and Founder, CT
Amy is mother of four young children and ardent supporter of kids, food, and nutrition. An experienced entrepreneur, Amy runs five successful food businesses including Rockin’ Water™, a children's beverage company that donates a portion of proceeds from every bottle sold to RAMP. She is committed to making a difference in kids’ lives and alleviating poverty in Appalachia.
Jodie Clark, Program and Operations Manager, CT
Jodie is responsible for day-to-day operations, and helps manage program activities from RAMP’s Old Greenwich office. She has conducted research and evaluated anti-poverty programs at Oxfam International, the International Water Management Institute, and the New York Legal Assistance Group, among others. She holds a master’s in Sustainable International Development from Brandeis University’s Heller School for Social Policy and Management and a BA in political science from Bates College.
Melissa Stepp, Program Director, KY
Melissa is a life-long resident of Martin County who knows first-hand the needs of the people in her community. Her passion is working one-on-one with residents to feed, educate, encourage, and help put an end to poverty in the county. She is a mother of two wonderful girls and happily married for 15 years to her amazing husband Derrick, who also devotes numerous hours as a volunteer with RAMP. She and Derrick strongly believe in RAMP’s programs and work tirelessly to make sure they succeed.
Ken Meyer, Executive Vice President of Operations, Whole Foods Market
Dr. Steven AR Murphy MD, Family Doctor for Fairfield County CT
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