Olo, the leading digital ordering provider for over 180 restaurant brands across the U.S., announced that Noah Glass, the company’s founder & CEO, has been appointed to Share Our Strength’s Board of Directors. Share Our Strength is a national nonprofit that is working to end child hunger in America through its No Kid Hungry campaign.

As a board director, Mr. Glass will be responsible helping shape the strategic direction of Share Our Strength, ensuring effective leadership and accountability, monitoring transparency, and increasing the organization’s impact and reach.

“Share Our Strength embraces innovation as its core, and Noah is an innovator in his field,” says Billy Shore, founder and CEO of Share Our Strength. “We look forward to his perspectives and guidance as we explore new ways to break down the barriers between food and children in our country.”

“I am honored to join the Board of Directors for Share Our Strength,” says Noah Glass, founder & CEO of Olo. “The organization’s mission to help provide food to hungry children is powerful and inspiring. I look forward to working with this esteemed board, and doing my part to eliminate childhood hunger.”

“We’re excited for Noah to join our board and bring his long-ranging expertise on the intersection of technology and restaurants—two industries making some of the biggest strides in helping us connect kids with the meals they need to succeed,” says Diana Hovey, senior vice president of Dine Out for No Kid Hungry.

Share Our Strength began in the basement of a row house on Capitol Hill in 1984, in response to the ‘84-‘85 famine in Ethiopia. Brother and sister Bill and Debbie Shore started the organization with the belief that everyone has a strength to share in the global fight against hunger and poverty, and that in these shared strengths lie sustainable solutions. Today, the organization focuses these strengths on making No Kid Hungry a reality in America.

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