After nearly 24 years at Project Angel Heart, and 14 years in the role of President & CEO, Erin Pulling is hanging up her apron and saying farewell (read her farewell letter here).
Erin, who joined Project Angel Heart in 1995, was key to helping the organization grow from a small, grassroots group operating out of church kitchens, to a financially strong organization making a measurable impact on the health of Coloradans. Under her leadership, the organization conducted a successful $7+ million capital campaign, which allowed Project Angel Heart to move into a 30,000 square foot commercial kitchen and office in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood in 2012.
In recent years, Erin led the organization through a programmatic and cultural shift, increasing the agency’s focus on research and working to make Project Angel Heart a leading advocate for medically tailored meals in the health care industry. She also kick-started the development of Meals For Care Transitions, a program in which health care payers and providers contract with Project Angel Heart to provide medically tailored meals for their patients or members.
Erin’s drive for excellence and commitment to inclusivity and community helped make Project Angel Heart an inviting and inspiring place to work, volunteer, and give. We wish her the best in her new role as the President & CEO of Food Bank of the Rockies.
A farewell open house will be held on Thursday, January 10, from 4:30 to 6:30pm at Project Angel Heart. Please RSVP here »