Tommy Fisher joins interrupt hunger from a unique relationship to both community outreach, charitable giving, and the daily challenges of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Growing up in a close-knit rural community Tommy experienced firsthand the joyous exuberance of after church dinners, fundraising fish fry, etc. helping church groups pack food bank supplies for local community members in need and volunteering to deliver meals to the elderly. Seeing the contrast of abundance and fellowship to the scarcity of basic nutritional needs left a lifelong impact on the need of communities to “get your head and heart working together to create healthy habits to last a lifetime.” Community service has always been a passion and once Tommy received his MBA from the Raymond A Mason School of Business at the College of William and Mary, Tommy knew that he must utilize those skills to advance not just his professional development, but to impact people and communities in a way that only caring can do. Tommy, his wife, and daughter are elated to join the Interrupt Hunger community to Move, Eat and Give to be the best they can be and to ignite communities across the country to do the same!