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1624 Franklin Street, Suite 722
Oakland, CA 94612
Toll Free Number: 866-321-4435
Meet CAFB's Management Staff
Sue Sigler, Executive Director
Sue Sigler joined CAFB as Executive Director in the fall of 2008, bringing over 25 years of experience in social services and non-profit management. Sue holds a BS degree from Cornell University and a Master of Social Work degree from Fordham University. Early in her career, she focused on direct service work with a variety of populations, including elementary school counseling, mental health, homeless teens, and women with eating disorders. Prior to joining CAFB, Sue spent a number of years in private consulting practice, focusing on fundraising and turn-around management for troubled organizations.
Charlie Dible, Director of Finance & Administration
Charles Dible, Director of Finance & Operations, joined CAFB in May 2012. Charles brings over 25 years of financial management experience from companies in the high technology, service and agriculture industries. Prior to joining CAFB, Charles worked as the CFO for several start-ups as well as the Corporate Controller for a publicly traded high tech company. Throughout his career, his main focus has been creating and managing organization’s accounting, finance, planning and production operations. Charles holds a BA degree in Finance from the University of Iowa.
Stephanie Nishio, Director of Programs
Stephanie Nishio, Director of Programs, joined CAFB in January 2010. She works with food banks and other community-based organizations throughout the state on their food stamp outreach and nutrition education programs to improve access to healthy food for people with lower incomes. Prior to joining CAFB, Stephanie managed the food stamp outreach and nutrition education projects of several nonprofit organizations, working closely with those organizations, as well as state and federal partners. Stephanie holds a Master of Public Health degree from UC Berkeley and completed her undergraduate work in Nutrition at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She is also a Registered Dietitian, completing her dietetic internship in tandem with her MPH at UC Berkeley.<
Andrew Cheyne, Policy Director
Andrew oversees the legislative and agency advocacy work pushed by CAFB at the state and national levels. Previously, Andrew directed the research program at the Berkeley Media Studies Group, a leading media advocacy organization assisting public health advocates achieve progressive policy victories. He brings broad interests in addressing the fundamental causes of hunger and food insecurity, from institutional racism to social perceptions of who "deserves" public assistance. Andrew holds a Candidate in Philosophy and a Masters degree in Sociology from UC San Diego, and completed his undergraduate work in American Studies at Northwestern University.