Marnie Schilken is the Chief Program Officer at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, a proud member of Feeding America. She oversees four program areas that provide food and resource assistance throughout the Food Bank’s 11-county service area in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Prior to her work at the Food Bank, she served as the Director of Population Health Strategies at Gateway Health for nine years. There, she oversaw the Research and Development area which investigated evidence-based best practices to create approaches to healthcare delivery tailored to Medicaid, D-SNP and C-SNP members. Marnie’s experience prior to Gateway included work in Latin America as the Program Representative for Ecuador and Chile for the Inter-American Foundation, as well as work as a Community Health Specialist and Executive Director for The Chol-Chol Foundation for Human Development in southern Chile. Marnie holds a Master’s of Public Health from the University of Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Science from Penn State University.