ABOUT GARRICK HOWELL
Garrick has been with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture since July 2009. He began as processing specialist for USDA Foods in Kentucky. In 2014, in addition to managing orders for Processing Diversion for Kentucky, he began work coordinating the Commodity Advisory Council and direct delivery products. In 2016, Garrick served on the ACDA Processing Committee as co-chair of the Forms subcommittee. In 2017, he was elected to the ACDA Board as Southeast Region State Representative. He has enjoyed his time serving on the board and looks forward to the opportunity to serve further as a member of the Executive Board.
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
ABOUT SANDY HOPPLE
Sandy has worked for Department of Agriculture since 2011; currently as the Assistant Director, ordering USDA commodities, administer SAE funds, monitors TEFAP funds, and administers the Farmers Market Nutrition Program and State Food Purchase Program. In addition, she attended and received her M.B.A. in Food and Agribusiness from Delaware Valley College. Sandy has been highly involved in ACDA since 2015. She was the Treasurer of ACDA from 2015-2017 and as a valuable member of the board, Sandy was invited to attend the Strategic Planning Retreat. Outside of work, Sandy is involved in the Keystone International Live Stock Exposition and the Pennsylvania Livestock Association.
About Elysia DiCamillo
Elysia DiCamillo has been with the Office of the State Superintendent (OSSE) of Education as a Program Specialist since 2017. In her current role she oversees The Emergency Food Assistance Program for the District of Columbia. In addition, she administers two grants for schools participating in the National School Lunch Program and organizes, supports, and executes national and local events promoting the Child Nutrition Programs. Prior to working at OSSE,Elysia worked at the Capital Area Food Bank in DC where she supervised six feeding programs for the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Elysia has been serving as ACDA Secretary since August, 2019. Elysia is passionate about her work to make quality nutrition more accessible to her community. Elysia has a Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition and Food Science from the University of Maryland, College Park. In her spare time, Elysia enjoys scuba diving and spending time with her family.
ABOUT BRANTLEY TUCKER
Brantley Tucker is a Food Distribution Specialist for Child Nutrition Programs at the Alabama State Department of Education. He is experienced with NSLP, USDA Foods, DOD Fresh, TEFAP, CSFP, and the Alabama Statewide Procurement Bid. His background before Food Distribution was in procurement, policy and warehousing. He has been with the state since 2011 and first came to the Department of Education in 2014. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration and U.S. History from Troy University in 2008 and received his Master’s Degree in Legal Administration from Auburn Montgomery in 2009. He spends his personal time pursuing to live a good life with his wife and daughter.
Wyoming Department of Education
ABOUT Roxann GreenleeRoxann Greenlee has worked for the WY. Department of Education since 2004 and been the School Food Distribution Program Manager since 2007. She is a one man band and does both the processing and USDA Foods on her own. She also manages the USDA FFVP Grant and assists with NSLP and SFSP reviews. Roxann has worked on the ACDA conference planning committee in the past and was the Mountain Plains State Agency Representative.
state agency REPRESENTATIVE
ALLIED & AGRICULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE
SCHOOL DISTRICT RECIPIENT AGENCY REPRESENTATIVE
HOUSEHOLD PROGRAM RECIPIENT AGENCY REPRESENTATIVE