Like other Meals On Wheels, we rely on a dedicated corps of volunteers to deliver consistent meals to our senior neighbors. But the seniors we serve fall into one of the most underserved and most vulnerable demographics in Atlanta.
For this reason, we go the extra mile. Since our humble beginnings in 1965 as a local soup kitchen, we’ve grown into a lifeline for all-around quality of life. The meals we serve are nutritious and delicious, prepared by our experienced chefs and dietician. We race to our seniors’ rescue with our robust home repairs program, our pet food supply, and our emergency food pantry. We’re on a mission to end senior hunger in Atlanta.
Most importantly, we couldn’t do any of it without supporters like you.
Chief Executive Officerccrusoeingram@mowatl.org
Prior to assuming leadership at Meals On Wheels Atlanta, Charlene-Crusoe Ingram spent over 16 years as an operations leader at The Coca-Cola company. During her tenure, she integrated the company’s global diversity strategy initiatives and stewarded the company’s billion-dollar Empowerment and Entrepreneurship Program. From board member to CEO for the past five years, Charlene's contributions to MOWA have been invaluable.
Chief Culinary and New Product Development Officerrgerstenecker@mowatl.org
With 30 years of executive-level culinary experience, Robert Gerstenecker provides the high-quality subject matter expertise necessary to operate a robust food services operation. Formerly serving as the Executive Chef of the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, he boasts deep industry knowledge, strong connections, and business development acumen. His leadership has been transformative in the launch of MOWA’s social enterprise, Purposeful Gourmet Foods. Chef Gerstenecker studied Culinary Management focused in Hospitality at George Brown College.