Truc Huynh is Co-Founder and CEO of Nibble. Truc is an entrepreneur and innovator who is passionate about contributing back to the common good. He believes that the strength of America is not the might of our military or the strength of our economy but rather the kindness that we show towards each other. It is rooted in this belief that Nibble was born. Truc is currently owner of Phoever Maine Vietnamese Bar and Grill and is also a Senior Account Executive at Unum Group, a Fortune 200 company. He is a graduate of Bowdoin College and a Mitchell Scholar Alum. In his spare time he enjoys, camping, bonfires and all the magnificent beauty of the state of Maine.
Lesley Clunie is Co-Founder, Chief Distribution Officer and SVP Strategic Partnerships of Nibble. Lesley is currently a Client Manager in Unum's Portland Sales Office. Prior to joining Unum, Lesley strengthened her relationship management skills at United Way of Greater Portland where her primary responsibilities included growing and strengthening relationships with a select group of organizations and employee market segments within those organizations, creating and executing the short and long term account plans for each organization and establishing and growing meaningful relationships with organizational leadership, key influencers/ stakeholders – skills she has continued to hone while at Unum. Lesley is a past Board Member of The Junior League of Portland, ME and has been closely involved in the non-profit community throughout her time in Maine. She graduated from Stonehill College and spends her time skiing, running and enjoying time outdoors in Maine.
Kyle Nowak is a Co-founder and COO of Nibble. Kyle's passion and appreciation for cooking and advancing the common good attracted him to Nibble. He believes sharing food allows you to explore new options, cultures, and understand how doing things differently can achieve the same outcome; in this case, a delicious meal. While Kyle has spent the majority of his volunteering in education, he is excited to work on a platform that opens up revenue streams for non-profits in all sectors. Kyle also works in Finance and pursues a Master's degree studying business networks. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing, the beach, sports, and travel..
Sawyer Billings is a Co-founder and CTO of Nibble. His passion for bridging the gap between technology and the common good is what attracted him to the team. Sawyer will graduate from Bowdoin College this May and has plans to move to San Francisco in August to work as a software engineer for RightPoint. Outside of technology, Sawyer is the captain of the Men's Baseball Team and enjoys fishing, hiking, and Crossfit..
Vice President Business Development, Unum.
Ted's three decade career has included underwriting, leading product development for Unum's largest businesses as well as inventing a de novo startup. He has headed Unum's US and UK pricing strategies and is most recently focused on discovering relevant external partnerships focused on revenue, risk management, customer experience and/or efficiency for Unum's US businesses…which has him primarily spending time with emerging and startup businesses.
Executive Director of the Maine Association of Nonprofits
Jennifer Hutchins became the Executive Director of the Maine Association of Nonprofits in July 2016 where she leads a member network of more than 900 charitable nonprofits and 150 private partners. Prior to joining MANP, Jennifer was Executive Director of Creative Portland, where she led the City of Portland's efforts to strengthen the creative economy. She is a co-author on the seminal 2004 report published by the University of Southern Maine Muskie School of Public Service on Maine's Creative Economy conducted for Governor Jon Baldacci. She was the Director of Communications and External Affairs at the USM Muskie School for nine years and Marketing Director at Portland Stage Company from 1995-2000. Her career got its start at organizations in Washington D.C. and abroad before returning to Maine and deciding it was the best place for her to make a difference. She holds a master's in public policy and management from the USM Muskie School and lives in Portland with her husband and two daughters.
Sanjay is a serial entrepreneur and founder of Perpetuating, a mobile app and software development firm rated top 6 by Apple. His career has covered the intersection of technology, and business. He studied at Carnegie Mellon University. Sanjay owns and operates 5 home share rental properties in Boston MA, a city rated the top destination for home-share rates per night in the United States.
CEO & Founder, TipWhip
A University of Maine 13' graduate Spencer began his undergraduate career at UMaine in 2009 as a defensive end on the football team. He earned NCAA awards both on and off the field. Upon his graduation in 2013, he was invited to become a graduate assistant in the College of Human Development. In May of 2015, he received his Master’s in Human Development with a focus on violence prevention. Spencer founded Tip Whip in January of 2014.