Mike-1001Mike Miller
President & Co-founder, Treasurer
Both Mike and Colby are Flagstaff natives who shortly after graduating Sinagua High School, when it was a High School, left to pursue life elsewhere.  They met each other again in 2009 and in 2011 decided to move back to Flagstaff to raise their children.Mike works for Konica Minolta where he has been in the top in nation for sales for each year.  In the summer of 2014 they were made aware of the issue that is impacting our local children and as a father of 4 children it was very hard for him to accept. By December of that same year they legally started the process of becoming a 501(c)(3).In August of 2015 they were able to start serving weekend food bags to local student’s in need.  This program started by providing food for 8 students a week for the first few weeks.  Then it has increased to each week to the point where FNAZF can provide food for 80 students a week.  FNAZF has set a goal to feed 350 students a week during the FY16/17 school year, or more depending on funds raised.
36Colby Miller
Vice President & Co-founder, School Liaison
Born in Cottonwood, AZ, Colby was raised in Flagstaff from the age of 1. Although she did spend several years in Florida and California, Colby moved back to Flagstaff in order to raise her kids in her hometown. She is the mom of 4 kids ranging in age from 5 to 21. Colby has over 15 years in the medical field and currently works as a Medical Assistant at Northern Arizona Gastroenterology.Colby and her husband, Mike, started Feeding Northern Arizona’s Future in part because they feel compelled to do all they can to help provide the most basic need for kids who don’t get it: food. It doesn’t matter the why’s or how come’s that these kids aren’t getting it, what matters is that these kids get the food they need and so desperately deserve.
Erin McDonald
Social Media                                         Erin McDonald has been a Flagstaff resident since 2001 after moving up to attend NAU. She fell in love with the community and the weather and never looked back. She is currently the General Manager at Karma Sushi, which is where she met the Millers. “My graphic designer told me about Feeding Northern Arizona’s future when we were planning a fundraiser for Karma’s 10th Anniversary celebration, upon reading the facts and meeting with Mike and Colby I was heartbroken and inspired. I knew I had to help. Volunteer work, especially with children has been a part of my annual schedule as long as I can remember and this cause really hit home for me.”  Erin lives in downtown Flag with her two Labradors, Hunter and Finnegan.