Amy Miller Marvin

Future of Food & Agriculture

Amy Marvin headshot

Amy Miller Marvin is the president and CEO of the Hawaii Foodbank. Previously, she was the senior vice president and COO of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. She also served as the vice president for institutional advancement at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. She earned her bachelor’s degree in environmental science and public policy from Harvard University before receiving her master’s degree in psychology, with an emphasis on marine mammal behavior and biology, from UH Mānoa.

Community Discussion

Food Insecurity in Hawai’i: Root Causes and Systemic Solutions

Friday, September 16, 2022, 5:00 PM

Kawaiwai at Mōʻiliʻili
1110 University Ave

Moderated by Brittnay Lyte, Honolulu Civil Beat
Featuring remarks by Amy Marvin, Hawaii Foodbank; Catherine Pirkle, UH Mānoa

Event Sponsors: College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources, Future of Food and Agriculture in Hawai’i, Hawai‘i Institute for Sustainable Community Food Systems, Honolulu Civil Beat, Ulupono Initiative, Waiwai Collective