"Be the change you wish to see in the world."
Erin McCullough - Executive Director
Erin McCullough was born and raised in Seattle Washington. She is a proud mother of her daughter Brooke. Erin has her Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology with an emphasis on child development from San Francisco State University.
Immediately out of College she taught Special Education at the High School level. Having studied and then worked with children in that arena it became clear how important proper nutrition is for developing children, which is why ending hunger in the United States has become so important to her.
Erin has lived in Kona since the end of 2000 and started her own cleaning business shortly after arriving. Tennis is a relatively new hobby for Erin that provides both joy and healthy living, which is why tennis tournaments were chosen for the vehicle to raise funds for the cause. Erin looks forward to making an impact on the ever growing problem of hunger first in her community on the Big Island and then to communities across the globe.