Project SHARE names permanent CEO
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.