Staff

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Andi Doane

Executive Director

Andi has been the Executive Director of Arlington EATS since 2015. Her background includes 13 years of experience managing and overseeing various nonprofits in the Midwest and Greater Boston area.  She has a certificate in Nonprofit Management from Iowa State University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Coe College.

Outside of work, Andi enjoys hiking, gardening, baking and spending time with her family.

Contact: adoane@arlingtoneats.org

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Susan Dorson

Program Manager

Susan is a community organizer with over 12 years experience building and operating nonprofits to benefit the local community. As the program manager of Arlington EATS she is focused on improving quality, quantity and accessibility to food while working closely with local organizations to connect people to resources. Susan has a BA in Psychology from Connecticut College and a Masters Degree in Macro Social work from Boston University.When not at work, you can find Susan in her garden or playing her saxophone around town in the two different brass bands that she manages.

Contact: sdorson@arlingtoneats.org

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Jane Biondi

Volunteer Coordinator

Prior to joining Arlington EATS as the volunteer coordinator, Jane worked for many years in legal services and legal education. Jane has been involved in many school-related organizations in Arlington, including the Thompson PTO, the Ottoson School Council and the Arlington Education Foundation (where she ran the AEF Trivia Bee for many years). Jane has a BA from Tufts University and an MA and JD from Boston College. She and her family have lived in Arlington for 20 years.

Johanna-Niles

Johanna Niles

Before coming to Arlington EATS, Johanna facilitated Meals on Wheels and Senior Dining programs for a senior services agency. She has volunteered at the MA Department of Children and Families and in the public schools for a number of years. Johanna has a BA in Sociology and in African and African American Studies from Brandeis University. You might bump into her at the park with her dog, or on the sidelines of her kid’s soccer games.

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