Vitamin Angels Announces the Appointment of Jim Hamilton as Board of Directors Chair

After 9 years, Michelle Goolsby retires from her role as Chair of Board of Directors

By Madison Serrano

Jim Hamilton (left), Michelle Goolsby (right)

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2021; GOLETA, CA –  Today, Vitamin Angels announced the appointment of Jim Hamilton, as Chair of Vitamin Angels’ Board of Directors. Mr. Hamilton’s strong background in the natural products industry, excellent C-suite level connections, extensive leadership experience, and passion for serving vulnerable communities has well-equipped him for this role.

“After 10 years of service on our Board, we are thrilled to have Jim as our new Chair,” said Howard Schiffer, Vitamin Angels Founder & President. “The vote on Jim assuming the Chair role was unanimous - a strong endorsement of his support by the Board!”

Hamilton succeeds Michelle Goolsby, whom has retired as Board Chair after 9 years of service. During her time as Board Chair, Michelle worked to recruit top talent, to bring in diversity, and to set up a well-functioning committee structure. Most importantly, she was tremendously effective in moving the Board forward so they could fully support the incredible growth of Vitamin Angels during a very dynamic time. 

“To say we're sad to see Michelle step down from her role as Board Chair would be a vast understatement,” said Schiffer. “Michelle has helped us navigate through so many trying times and tough decisions over the years. She has the special ability to see through complex situations and help us arrive at simple and sensible solutions. Thank you, Michelle, for your outstanding work and contributions to our organization.”

To learn more about Vitamin Angels Board of Directors visit: https://www.vitaminangels.org/our-board
 

ABOUT VITAMIN ANGELS

Founded in 1994, Vitamin Angels is a public health nonprofit working to improve nutrition and health outcomes in low-resource settings worldwide. They strengthen, extend, and amplify the impact of their partner organizations working to reach the most nutritionally vulnerable groups – pregnant women, infants, and children – who are underserved by existing systems. They do this by delivering evidence-based interventions and offering technical assistance, including ongoing monitoring and evaluation, to ensure program quality, scale, and impact. Vitamin Angels works with over 2,000 local organizations, including governments, to reach more than 60 million women and children in 65 countries annually. Both Charity Navigator and GuideStar give Vitamin Angels their highest marks for financial transparency. To learn more, visit: www.vitaminangels.org.

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