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Jeremy Ireland (Bilingual) – Regional Director

Jeremy.Ireland@ccharitiesdor.org
919-286-1964

As the Regional Director, Jeremy oversees Catholic Charities’ programs and services in the Piedmont area.  These include the Durham Community Food Pantry, Joseph G. Vetter Family Enrichment Center, and Centro La Comunidad.  Jeremy was originally acquainted with Catholic Charities by serving as an AmeriCorps member at Centro La Comunidad while he was an undergraduate.  After completing a master’s degree at the University of Chicago, he returned to direct Centro La Comunidad and, later, the nine-county Piedmont region.  During his time at Catholic Charities, Jeremy has also represented the agency by serving on and chairing multiple boards and committees as an advocate for underserved and underrepresented communities.

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Cameron Morgan – Assistant Program Director
Cameron.Morgan@ccharitiesdor.org
919-286-1964

Cameron was born in Las Cruces, New Mexico and came to the South to serve in Americorps. He moved North Carolina for graduate school and worked as a political science professor teaching in several colleges and state prisons. Previously he volunteered as a court-appointed advocate for abused and neglected children in Orange and Chatham counties and helped run an art and sustainability nonprofit. He loves managing the pantry and serving others while working alongside so many great dedicated staff and volunteers. He has been at the pantry since April of 2020. He, his wife, and two kids enjoy working in the DCFP garden.

Elizabeth Najera – Office Manager

Elizabeth.Najera@ccharitiesdor.org
919-286-1964

Elizabeth started with Catholic Charities in 2022 after many years as an Office Manager and Executive Assistant. This Burlington native has a critical role managing donation records, volunteer hours, along with office and warehouse orders. She splits her time between the Durham Community Food Pantry and Centro La Comunidad in Burlington. Elizabeth looks forward to working with and making a difference in the Piedmont community.

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Moira Roberts – Volunteer Coordinator

Moira.Roberts@ccharitiesdor.org
919-818-7750

Moira started as a volunteer in 2019 at the pantry and then became part of the team in the summer of 2020.  She is originally from Chicago, IL.  Her work background includes working as an engineer, school teacher and running a small business (Three Bears Acres) in Creedmoor, NC.  Volunteering has always been important to her family and the pantry felt like home. She, her husband, and three children are members of St Francis of Assisi Catholic church in Raleigh. Moira is thankful for all the dedicated volunteers at DCFP and their constant availability and genuine support for all individuals visiting the pantry.

Cecilia Hernandez (Bilingual) – Family Case Manager

Cecilia.Hernandez@ccharitiesdor.org
919-286-1964

Cecilia graduated from NC Central University with Bachelor of Consumer Science with a concentration on Child Development and Family Relations and started her journey with the Durham Community Food Pantry in Fall of 2021, having previously worked at Durham’s Early Head Start. As Case Manager, Cecilia connects with families and individuals of the local community to provide them with resources and works to improve their lives through financial assistance, community collaboration and advocacy.

Luisa Martin-Price (Bilingual) – Full Accredited DOJ Representative

Luisa.MartinPrice@ccharitiesdor.org
919-861-7441 Ext. 2400

Luisa Martin-Price has been with Catholic Charities since November 2016 and currently serves as Fully Accredited DOJ Representative. She has volunteered for CpFH on and off since 2000. She currently serves as the chair of the Justice for Immigrants Ministry for Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh. Luisa has a B.S degree in Education in Mathematics and Physics from the Universidad Católica Andres Bello in Caracas, Venezuela and is certified to teach in NC schools. She became a U.S. Citizen in 2008, is fluent in Spanish and English, and has dedicated herself to helping immigrants. Her favorite hobby is playing bridge and going hiking with her husband and dog. She is a proud mother of two adult children.