I SEE U, Episode 55: Feeding Souls During Harvey

Houston Food Bank CEO Brian Greene reminisces about the challenges faced during Hurricane Harvey while distributing food and supplies to those in need as well as his decision to move to Houston after leading food recovery efforts in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina

Photo of Hurricane Harvey aftermath, Houston Food Bank President Brian Greene & volunteers


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Brian Greene is President of Houston Food Bank, the largest food distribution bank in the nation. Greene, who once headed the New Orleans food bank, arrived in Houston on the tailwinds of 2005's Hurricane Katrina when his own Crescent City home flooded with water – only to be pummeled by Hurricane Harvey in 2017, where the first floor of his Houston home took on three feet of storm water. Join I SEE U Host Eddie Robinson as we reflect on one of Houston's costliest and most devastating natural disasters in the city's history, five years later, with Houston Food Bank CEO, Brian Greene. We'll discuss how food recovery operations in Houston and New Orleans compared to each other as well as how he managed to keep both his personal home and family needs in check while addressing major food distribution efforts during Harvey.


This article is part of the podcast I SEE U with Eddie Robinson

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