Our Staff

Our Address: 1001 Blair Drive, Suite 120, Raleigh, NC 27603

Phone Number: 919-250-0043

Our Staff

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ELIZABETH WEEKS 

Community Health Education Supervisor

Elizabeth came to the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle as an AmeriCorps VISTA member in March 2014. Upon completion of her AmeriCorps term, she chose to continue with IFFS and the Community Health Education Team.  Elizabeth attended NC State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and a minor in French. Her obsession with food from a young age has transformed into a passion for learning about that food and then sharing that knowledge with others. Elizabeth loves school and, in the future, hopes to attend graduate school to pursue further education in nutrition and eventually become a Registered Dietitian. In her spare time, she enjoys running, hot yoga, and spending time traveling with her family.

Email: Elizabeth.Weeks@FoodShuttle.org

(Office): 919-390-1978

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CARRIE MACK

Community Health Education Coordinator

Carrie grew up in Greensboro, NC but has been in Raleigh since 2003, attending N.C. State University for her undergraduate degree in Art. After several years working as an art teacher and personal trainer she went back to school, receiving her masters degree in Science and Nutrition from Meredith College and also welcoming her first child with her husband Bobby in May 2016. Carrie has a passion for feeding people and teaching them how to cook inexpensively but also healthily and deliciously. She values the importance of a strong community and it’s role in supporting health and wellness. In her spare she enjoys cooking, running, hiking, bicycling and spending time outdoors with her family.

Email: Carrie.Mack@foodshuttle.org

(Office) : 919-390-1976

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KRISTEN MALONEY

Cooking Matters AmeriCorps Coordinator

Kristen joined IFFS as an Americorps Member in September 2016. Kristen has a BS in Nutrition Science from North Carolina State University. She became interested in nutrition education when volunteering for Girls on the Run of the Triangle while in college and witnessed a disconnect between popular nutrition knowledge and scientific nutrition research. She is in graduate school for her MS in Nutrition and Dietetics. In her spare time, Kristen enjoys running, hiking, camping, and Pilates.

Email: cm.outreach@foodshuttle.org

(Office) : 919- 390-2097

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KARLI BIALEK 

Cooking Matters AmeriCorps Coordinator

Karli was raised in Minnesota, studied Exercise Science and Nutrition at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and after graduation in the spring of 2014, landed in Durham. During her college career, she discovered her passion for community health and wellness while working at the local YMCA and interning at various community gardens. These experiences added to her values in building strong relationships and empowering others to adopt healthy lifestyle habits. She was excited at the opportunity to learn how to mobilize volunteers as a Cooking Matters AmeriCorps Coordinator with Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. In the fight to prevent and eliminate hunger, she hopes to restore dignity to the community by implementing programming that improves access to nutritious and affordable food. Karli enjoys preparing meals with her neighbors, traveling, and can often be found retreating to the woods with her pup, Hope.

Email:  cookingmatters@foodshuttle.org

(Office) : 919-390-2097

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LUCAS CAMACHO 

Cooking Matters AmeriCorps Coordinator

Lucas is our newest member at IFFS, joining us as an Americorps member in September 2017. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and majored in Global Studies with a focus on health and the environment, as well as a minor in Medical Anthropology. Through classes and time spent volunteering while at UNC, Lucas became interested in social issues like food insecurity and sustainable foods. Originally from New York City, Lucas grew up experiencing the various cultures and foods the city had to offer which sparked his passion for food. These experiences have allowed Lucas to become passionate not only about food but the different experiences and stories that come from sharing food with others. Lucas hopes to share this passion with the community and in the future hopes to attend graduate school to earn a Master’s degree in Public Health. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, traveling, hanging out with his dog Melo, and watching the Food Network and HGTV.

Email:  cookingmatters@foodshuttle.org

(Office) : 919-390-2097

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