Marnie Webb is the CEO of Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoup Global. Caravan Studios' collaborative approach uses a theory of technology intervention to allow communities to respond to the issues they care about most. Caravan Studios recently launched Range, a mobile app that helps locate free summer meals for youth. This app can be used by community based organizations to share information and make referrals for youth and their families.
Michael Cox is a librarian with a service heart for building community engagement. As the Director of Public Services at the Pueblo City-County Library District, Michael oversees the Books in the Parks program which brings books, programs and meals to parks in under served areas of the city. He believes that learning begins with fun and that the library's role of supporting learning and content creation extends outside the library building.
Patrice Chamberlain, MPH, directs the California Summer Meal Coalition, a statewide collaborative dedicated to combatting childhood hunger and obesity by increasing access to subsidized summer nutrition programs. She is responsible for the strategic direction of the Coalition, bringing together leaders from across disciplines to help children in low-income communities access healthy food when school is out.