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Project SHARE names permanent CEO

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Robert Weed has been named the CEO of Project SHARE in Carlisle after serving as interim CEO since January 2017.
Robert Weed has been named the CEO of Project SHARE in Carlisle after serving as interim CEO since January 2017. - (Photo / )

Project SHARE, a nonprofit food pantry in Carlisle, has named a permanent CEO to lead the organization.

Robert Weed, who had been serving in an interim capacity since January 2017, dropped the interim label this week after a year-long leadership search.

He replaced longtime executive director Elaine Livas, who founded the organization in 1985. Livas opted to leave during a leadership reorganization in which her role would have shifted to organizational ambassador.

Weed previously served as Project SHARE's treasurer.

"We're very pleased to have Bob join Project SHARE on a permanent basis," said Diane Baltaeff, board chair. "He became the natural choice as we conducted our search for a CEO."

Project SHARE assists more than 1,000 families each month in Central Pennsylvania thanks to support from local churches, schools, civil organizations and businesses.

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