Guinn Elected to University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business’ Hall of Fame
Pantry Food Bank Executive Director Marian F. Guinn was
recently inducted into the University of Kentucky Gatton
College of Business and Economics Alumni Hall of Fame.
Guinn, who has been with God’s Pantry Food Bank for nearly
10 years, earned her undergraduate degree from Kentucky in
1984 and went on to earn her Master’s degree from the school
Guinn was honored at the Hall of Fame induction
ceremonies on February 9 at the Gatton School of Business
and Economics on the Lexington campus. A native of
Louisville, Guinn has assumed a number of leadership roles
within America’s Second Harvest – the Nation’s Food Bank
Network. She is currently serving on the National Council
for America’s Second Harvest, which initiates, studies and
develops recommendations on issues and policies affecting
the America’s Second Harvest Network. In addition, she is
the chair for the Kentucky Association of Second Harvest
Food Banks, is vice chair of the board of directors for the
Kentucky Food Security & Nutrition Partnership and a
graduate of the 2006 Leadership Kentucky class. In December,
Guinn was appointed to the National Commodity Supplemental
Food Program Association’s Board of Directors.
Guinn resides in Lexington with her husband Gene and their teenage children, David and Sarah.