“This is an important time for us as we bring new voices, ideas and experiences to the table,” said Derrick Chubbs, President and CEO at Second Harvest. “What an honor and privilege it is to welcome Audra and Kirt from two long-standing partners in the fight against hunger.”
Romao is the Chief People Officer at the Orlando Magic. Now in her 24th season, she has watched how the hometown team’s support of Second Harvest has grown. Romao received her Master’s degree in Human Resources Management from Rollins College and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation through the Society for Human Resources Management.
Bocox is a Partner in KPMG’s Florida Business Tax Services practice and brings more than 20 years of experience as a CPA. He specializes in federal partnership and corporate tax along with tax provision assistance. A graduate of the University of Kansas, Bocox’s current and past clients include leaders in real estate, hospitality and motorsport entertainment.
Both Romao and Bocox are active across the region, serving on the boards of other organizations, such as the Mental Health Association of Central Florida, The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, Florida Citrus Sports, Orlando Legal Aid Society of Orange County Bar Association and Orlando Repertory Theater.
Through its network of more than 500 community feeding partners, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida distributes enough food for 250,000 meals a day.