The Leaders Behind Our Mission
Senior Leadership Team
Doug Pick, President and Chief Executive Officer
Douglas “Doug” Pick joined Feed More as Chief Executive Officer in November 2012. Prior to this role, he spent 12 years as an executive with Capital One in Richmond, where he was highly regarded for his ability to drive complex, corporate-wide change.
His leadership positions included: creating the company’s project management discipline; co-founding an international software subsidiary; spearheading the company’s national leadership role in four telethons including 9/11 and Katrina; establishing Capital One University; driving significant improvement in the customer experience; and enabling meaningful acceptance of process management excellence. Prior to joining Capital One, Pick was a Senior Vice President and Business Information Officer at Central Fidelity.
Doug began his career at IBM holding numerous sales, marketing and consulting managerial positions over 19 years. Pick is a former board member and president of Chesterfield Public Education Foundation; is a founding member on the advisory board of EduLead (a joint venture between U of R and VCU); serves on the board of Center Stages; and participates in a facilitating/leadership role with the Capital Region Collaborative. Doug received his Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing/Management at the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.
Rick Gliot, Chief Operations Officer
Richard “Rick” Gliot joined Feed More as Chief Operations Officer in March 2018.
Rick brings more than 25 years of management experience, most recently as Senior Vice President in Supply Chain Management for The Winebow Group – an importer and distributor of fine wines and spirits here in Richmond. While there, Rick was able to improve operating costs, streamline delivery operations and lead the design of new distribution centers to have higher functionality.
Previously, he served as the Director of North American Operations for Barnes Distribution as well as Director of Distribution, Logistics and Planning for American Sales Company. Rick received both his MA and BA in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Julie Leatherman, Chief Financial Officer
Julie Leatherman joined Feed More as Chief Financial Officer in April 2014. Prior to coming to Feed More, Julie was the Chief Financial Officer position at Service Partners, the largest national distributor of insulation and related building products.
Previously, Julie held the Director of Finance and Information Technology position at Ukrop’s Super Markets, a regional grocery chain where she was responsible for implementing their first electronic payment systems and self-service checkout lines.
Julie is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Management Accountant and holds a Six Sigma Green Belt certification. She worked for over 12 years in various PTA leadership positions in Henrico County Public Schools.
Julie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with an Accounting concentration from Longwood University.
Tim McDermott, Chief Development Officer
Tim McDermott accepted Feed More’s Chief Development Officer role in June 2014 with eleven years of executive consulting experience with Littleton McDermott LLC and The Kellogg Organization where he provided counsel to nonprofits and social service organizations.
Prior to his work as a consultant, Tim led higher education advancement at the executive level at Virginia Wesleyan College, the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, the Medical College of Virginia, Duke University and Virginia Tech. Tim brings to Feed More an expertise in comprehensive and annual fund campaign planning, strategic planning, volunteer management, board development and internal program and staff assessment.
Tim received his Master of Public Administration degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and was appointed by Governor Ralph Northam to the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Authority.
Suzy Rohler, Director of Brand, Marketing and Communications
A seasoned marketing maven and charismatic leader, Suzy Rohler has been running point on the branding, communications and marketing efforts at Feed More since February 2015.
With a proven track record of successfully launching national campaigns and driving brand awareness through the development and implementation of robust traditional, multimedia and digital marketing plans, Suzy’s experience in the private sector has been instrumental in helping Feed More realign priorities and shift its focus to better execute on its vision and mission while strengthening awareness for the Feed More brand.
During her more than 10 years with the Virginia 529 College Savings Plan, Suzy recognized the power of social media and its relevance to her audience, implementing a strategic social media campaign via Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn that helped grow awareness and enrollment of the programs. A self proclaimed nerd, Suzy uses the power of data to strengthen marketing strategies.
Feed More Board of Directors, 2019-20
William D. Robinson, Chair
Chief Client Officer at The Martin Agency
Thomas P. Rohman, Vice Chair
Partner at McGuireWoods LLP
Daniel Scarvey, Treasurer
Partner at KPMG LLP
Richard “Ricky” E. Core, Jr., Secretary
Principal at Markel|Eagle Partners LLC
Timothy Beane, Retired from Altria
Jory Berson, Chief Human Resources Officer at Capital One
Valerie Bowman, M.D., Pediatrician at Bon Secours Health System
Celeste Cooper, Chair, Feed More Volunteer Advisory Council
Brian S. Davis, Partner, KPMG
Dwight Jones, Chief Financial Officer at LeClair Ryan
Chris Kantner, Executive Vice President of Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods
Lorna Pauley Jordan, Artist
Kamran Raika, Managing Director-Investment Officer at Wells Fargo Advisors
Ellery Sedgwick, President of Farmville Area Community Emergency Services (FACES)
Crystal B. Wersching, Director of Procurement Services at Altria
Keith Windle, Vice President of Business Development & Merchant Operations at Dominion Energy