Rob Shimp has served as a member of Our Daily Bread’s Board of Directors and as a volunteer since Summer, 2012. He was elected board president in January, 2015 and also serves as board president at the Ohio River Foundation, a group focusing on environmental education and river habitat restoration, and contributes volunteer home repair work for People Working Cooperatively.
Professionally, Rob worked for 28 years at Procter & Gamble in “product stewardship,” and retired in 2012 to do part-time consulting. Product stewardship experts help companies ensure that the products they sell are safe for people and the environment, and in compliance with laws around the world. Rob lives with his wife in Wyoming, and outside of work and volunteering he enjoys fly fishing, hiking, tennis, biking, golf, and basketball. They have two grown sons, living in New York City and Washington, DC.
"ODB’s staff and volunteers are intensely committed to helping address hunger and poverty in Cincinnati. But it isn’t just the institution that I value – it is the connection with our guests. They know they can come to ODB for a warm meal, and a warmer welcome. It’s that simple sense of humanity, and humility, that I experience every time I walk through the doors. I can think of no better place to 'pay it forward.' "
- Rob Shimp, Board President
Kim began her service on the Board in November 2012 and currently serves as the Vice-President. In her day job, Kim is an attorney and a partner with the Cincinnati office of Thompson Hine, where she helps employers understand the complex and ever-changing rules that apply to employee benefit plans. Kim also serves on the board of Legend Community Church and is a dedicated volunteer to that organization. Kim enjoys serving both with her church and Our Daily Bread because she likes the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
"Helping Our Daily Bread allows me to 'feed His sheep.'"
- Kim Wilcoxon, Board Vice President
Courtney Reitman-Deinlein began serving on the board of Our Daily Bread in 2009 and currently serves as Treasurer. Courtney is a Tax Director with Deloitte Tax, LLP in their Cincinnati office, specializing in income, estate, gift, trust and charitable tax planning for her Private Wealth clients. While she resides in Norther Kentucky with her husband Scott and son Ethan, she has spent her entire career working in downtown Cincinnati. She considers downtown her second home. After witnessing a gentleman resting beside her car which was parked in a parking lot off Central Parkway, the plight of homelessness obtained a very real face. Growing up in Northern Kentucky, homelessness was something foreign. After sharing the story with a colleague she learned about the services Our Daily Bread could provide. Many years later a friend asked her to join the board.
"I have a passion for ensuring those less fortunate have a place they can come to feel welcome, be treated with dignity, receive a warm meal and comforting smile.'"
- Courtney Reitman-Deinlein, Treasurer
Jeannine Frank had the honor to join and the privilege to serve on the board of Our Daily Bread since November 2011. Currently, Jeannine serves on the board as Secretary and on both the Executive & Governance Committees. Through Jeannine's employer and parish, St. Susanna Church, many positive comments from, and involvement by other parishioners led her to an active role at Our Daily Bread.
Jim Buehler joined the board in 2012 and currently serves on the governance committee. Jim is a retired fire and EMS chief from the city of Montgomery, and a private ambulance operator. Jim also currently serves on the board of the Blue Ash Protective Association. Jim enjoys meeting and greeting ODB's guests at lunch time.
"I serve on Our Daily Bread's board to help the people who need assistance with life issues. The people are truly thankful to receive lunch every day. We are blessed to be able to serve these people, and pray God will watch over each and every one of them."
- Jim Buehler, Board Member
Charlotte Carpenter is thankful to serve on Our Daily Bread's board since 2009. Since joining the board, Charlotte has served on the Executive Committee as Vice President and then President.
Charlotte is currently the Director of Benefits and Risk Management for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has almost 500,000 Catholics throughout a 19 county territory with 212 parishes, 113 Catholic primary and secondary schools, and over 6,000 employees.
In the past, Charlotte was the Business Manager at St. Susanna Parish, and held finance positions at Chiquita Brands and Jefferson Smurfit. She has a BS in Accounting from Miami University. Charlotte’s community engagement efforts include serving with WE Lead, Cincinnati USA Chamber of Commerce; on the Board of Trustees and as Chairperson for Wesley Services Organization Development Committee; on the Board of Trustees for Lincoln Crawford Home; and on the Board of Trustees, Girls on the Run.
Charlotte and husband Jim live in Wyoming OH and are very proud of sons Ian and Connor.
" The ODB mission of stability and hope is a source of inspiration."
- Charlotte Carpenter, Board Member
Greg Dorr is Senior Vice President, Director of Consumer and Small Business Marketing for U.S. Bank. Greg has more than 28 years of experience in the advertising and marketing industry and has been with U.S. Bank since 1994. Greg has served as the Marketing chairperson for the Greater Cincinnati United Way Campaign and the U.S. Bank employee campaign chairperson for the company’s ArtsWave campaign. He has provided volunteer marketing support for United Way, YWCA Career Women of Achievement and CISE.
Greg is committed to supporting the arts as well as educational outreach and scholarship efforts and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Contemporary Arts Center. Greg has served on the Young Executive committee for the annual CISE campaign, (Catholic Inner City Schools Education Fund). Greg is honored to be able to serve as a member of the Board of Our Daily Bread.
Greg received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio and is a graduate of the Consumer Bankers Association Graduate School of Retail Bank Management at the University of Virginia. He is married to Katie Kelley Dorr and they reside in Columbia Tusculum; their daughter, Mary Kate, attends the University of Dayton. A native Cincinnatian, Greg and his family are ardent supporters of the arts, Bengals, Reds, UC football and Dayton basketball.
“The mission of ODB, 'Serving up Hope in Cincinnati', resonated with me from the moment I first discovered the amazing work being done at the corner of Race and Elder. The story of how Cookie Vogelpohl, our founder, was inspired to found ODB, in turn inspired me to want to help in a very small way continue this amazing legacy of hope in our community.”
- Greg Dorr, Board Member
Vice President – Classic Moments
Board Member Since 2015
As Classic Moments Vice President, she is responsible for the sales and operations of the company. As a provider of Art Collectibles, she oversees the development and production for all new products.
Born in Cincinnati, Sharon graduated from Xavier University with a degree in Business Administration/Marketing. Upon graduation, she gained marketing experience through her employment at Jacor Communications managing a “music to retail” department. Following this, she strengthened her marketing skills at Matrix Marketing as a project manager.
Over the years, Sharon has volunteered on many fundraising functions. She served on a diverse group of committees benefiting both the education and non-profit communities. She currently is a member the Our Daily Bread Gala event committee.
Sharon is passionate about the value of volunteering and is committed to the guests of Our Daily Bread. Having known the founder Cookie Vogelpohl since childhood, Sharon has been aware of the sacrifices made to create an environment that helps to meet the needs of the hungry in Over The Rhine. As a board member of 1 year, she has been able to help give a positive impact and better future for the guests that rely on the services of Our Daily Bread.