Lucia M. BooneFood Rescue Distribution Manager
Lucia was born and raised in England but has lived in Northern Virginia for most of her life. She is a first-generation immigrant and naturalized American, along with her mother – who is of Sierra Leonean descent. As a child, raised in single parent home, Lucia has seen firsthand the impact of food insecurity within her own family. As a result, she is excited to team up with Prince William Food Rescue to help bring healthy food options to the table for all those in need. Her background expands 14+ years within the domain of operations, marketing and business development. She has assisted the execution of logistical aspects of small to mid-size meetings (250 to 6,000+ attendees) for several esteemed organizations, including a few nationally recognized non-profits. She looks forward to utilizing her background to help strengthen PWFR’s Donor and Distributor network, while smoothing out current processes and procedures. On her downtime, she enjoys the chronicles of being an Army wife, while parenting their 4-year-old daughter, four-legged children (a Rottie-Corso, 2 rabbits), and 30+ house plants.
Todd Yoho Food Rescue Coordinator
Todd is an almost-native to Prince William County (since 1987!) and is committed to building strong communities in our county. This includes leading community events at his church in Manassas, and the creation of Honor Role Ministries in 2018, a non-profit designed to serve teachers and families in Title I school communities in western PWC. For 18 years, he served in the public school system, teaching both Math and Social Studies, as well as a school Administrator. When the pandemic hit, Todd worked at McLean Bible Church helping coordinate their distribution of almost 14 million pounds of food from April 2020 to April 2021 and he is excited to now be part of the PW Food Rescue team! He and his wife have 6 kids and enjoy cheering on the Capitals, Nationals, and Duke Blue Devils!
Drew Whitehead Warehouse Manager
Drew has over 15 years of experience working in a warehouse, and was drawn to PWFR because of our purpose and mission. Drew explained, "I'm all about helping people. If I can help people who are less fortunate, I'm all for it." Since the start of the pandemic, our warehouse operation has steadily grown. We now distribute over 3,000 boxes of non-perishable food items, and 10,000 boxes of produce from our warehouse each week. Now more than ever, we need the experience, focus, and leadership Drew brings to our warehouse. We're grateful to have him as a part of the PWFR family!
Greg CouteauDelivery Driver:
Greg has spent most of his professional life working in publishing for a small-town paper in Maryland. After doing some warehouse work and food deliveries for Catholic Charities, Greg was introduced to the Food Rescue by his wife Shirley who works as a volunteer coordinator for ACTS. If you run into Greg during one of his deliveries, feel free to ask him about his 7-month drive around the country or brewing his own beer! He has a batch of stout maturing right now. Greg has shown such steadiness, kindness, and calm through the ups and downs of making deliveries. We're so glad he's joined the team!