Meet the Candidates....

Dave Hackman

J.T.M. Food Group

Midwest K12 Regional Sales Manager

Dave Hackman has been involved with School Nutrition program for the past 22 years with JTM Food Group. Dave is the Regional Sales Manager for the Midwest section of the United States representing his company in 7 states. He has been on the sales/problem solving part of the business for the past 18 years. Before the sales and product presentation responsibilities he was involved in the supply chain and bidding of products for the company.

 

In the 80’s and early 90’s Dave owned a small distribution company in Cincinnati so he has experienced many parts of business and has a good understanding of processes and what it takes to get products to market.

Dave is currently on the Industry board in IL and an advisor with the state of WI. He believes that these experiences would benefit SNA Iowa with promoting the associations visions and goals, promoting membership as well as safe and effective food shows and conferences for all stakeholders.

Dave and his wife live in Cincinnati, OH and have 3 grown, married children and 1 grandson.

Ann Jevyak

General Mills

Field Customer Specialist

Ann has worked as a Field Customer Specialist with General Mills for 13 years. She specializes in the K-12 segment.  Her foodservice background prior to General Mills included 9+ years with Kraft Foodservice and several years as a food broker.

 

Ann is honored to serve on the current Board of the School Nutrition Association of Iowa as the Manufacturer Industry Representative and is seeking reelection.

Ann is proud to have been born and raised in Davenport, Iowa. She graduated from St. Ambrose University and remains in Davenport where she lives with her husband.

Dan McCullough

Peterson Farms

Sales Manager, Central Region

Dan McCullough grew up in north central Missouri in a small town (Trenton) close to the Iowa border. He attended the University of Missouri, and graduated with a degree in Human Development & Family Studies. During college, he worked at a country club and loved foodservice so much that he stuck with it, and has never looked back.

 

Over the years, Dan have worked for a distributor, broker, and now works for Peterson Farms. He feels like he has well-rounded experience, and is well-respected in school nutrition. Iowa is still somewhat new for him, but he has been an SNA industry board member in Kansas and Missouri. He also helped lead the Heart of America group in the Kansas City area for several years.

 

Dan feels like listening is one of his strengths, but having a voice is also important, and he would be thrilled to join the SNA board in Iowa as an industry representative. 

Dan and his wife Amy have two boys, Isaac (17) and Luke (13).

SNAI is Iowa’s state organization of school nutrition professionals committed to advancing the quality of school meal programs through education and advocacy.