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Newsmaker: Anne Hawkins |

Newsmaker: Anne Hawkins

| Thursday, November 5, 2009 12:00 p.m

Residence: Munhall

Age: 57

Family: Children, Sarah Bond, 32; Kate Thomas, 29; and Eric Hawkins, 22

Occupation: Chief development officer, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

Education: Bachelor’s degree in journalism from West Virginia University

Background: Hawkins has worked for the food bank for 11 years, including the last six as chief development officer. She and her 20-member staff are responsible for raising millions of dollars so the food bank can distribute more than 22 million pounds of food and serve more than 120,000 people a year.

Noteworthy: Hawkins was named Outstanding Professional Fund Raiser of the Year by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Western Pennsylvania Chapter. The award recognizes a development professional with at least 10 years of experience.

Quote: “This honor really belongs to the development department, a group of truly talented and dedicated people. In fact, it is the supportive teamwork throughout the organization that makes the food bank so strong and vital and such a great place to work.”

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