Ozarks Food Harvest adds four new members to its board of directors

May 24, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.— Ozarks Food Harvest recently welcomed Jim Admire, Genevieve Carvel, Holly Gray and Ashley Kimberling-Casad to its volunteer board of directors.

“It’s an honor to add these prestigious members of our community to Ozarks Food Harvest’s board of directors,” said OFH board president Tommy Wohlgemuth of SGC Foodservice. “Their expertise will prove invaluable as we continue to make meaningful progress toward ending hunger in southwest Missouri.”

Jim Admire is the plant operations manager for Kraft Heinz and previously served on the board for America’s Credit Union, Boy Scouts of America and Friends of Hidden Waters.

Genevieve Carvel, controller at Positronic Industries, previously worked with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program in Springfield that prepared income taxes for low-income and elderly taxpayers.

Heim Young & Associates partner and certified financial planner Holly Gray serves on the board of the Greene County Estate Planning Council and previously served on the board for Springfield Ballet.

Cox Health’s vice president of clinical services Ashley Kimberling-Casad serves on the board for the America Cancer Society of southwest Missouri and previously served on the board of Mizzou’s Health Management and Informatics Department Alumni.

“Our new board members bring a wealth of knowledge to assist our organization,” said Bart Brown, president and CEO of Ozarks Food Harvest.
“We’re so grateful to have their expertise and experience to help us fulfill our mission to Transform Hunger into Hope in the Ozarks.”

For a complete listing of the OFH board of directors and officers, go to For questions regarding the board of directors, contact Bart Brown at (417) 865-3411.

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About Ozarks Food Harvest — The Food Bank
Ozarks Food Harvest is the Feeding America food bank for southwest Missouri, serving 270 hunger-relief organizations across 28 Ozarks counties. The Food Bank provides 22 million meals annually to more than 261,000 unduplicated individuals. Learn more at, or