Gina Goff is the Senior Director of Community Involvement for C&S Wholesale Grocers* and has been with the company for more than 15 years. Her work shapes corporate citizenship at C&S and she is responsible for implementing the company’s citizenship initiatives.
Guided by a corporate social responsibility strategy, Gina is directing C&S toward building a values-based company, engaging employees to take action on behalf of others, investing in local charitable organizations,
and leveraging key nonprofit partnerships to drive change nationally. She’s the company’s spokesperson on topics related to philanthropy and community involvement and also serves on the Board of Directors of
C&S Charities, Inc.
Prior to C&S, she worked at Milton Academy, the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, The Discovery Museums and was the editor of a small magazine.
She has held multiple volunteer leadership positions in the community, including with the Monadnock Conservancy, Monadnock Humane Society and Giving Monadnock. She currently serves as a National
Advisor to First Book, is a member of FoodCorps’ National Corporate Council, a Regional Advisor to the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and is also an Advisor to the Sharon Arts Center and the Cheshire Medical Center. In her town (Sharon NH), she’s a Trustee of Bass Park and volunteered for many years with the Conservation Commission.
Gina earned a B.A. in Communications from Simmons College in Boston. She is a graduate of the
Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and holds membership in the Association of Corporate Contributions Professionals.
She shares a mountainside home with her husband Rory, two German Shepherds and two cats. In their lives is Randall, a wonderful young man who they consider to be like a son.
When not in New Hampshire, Gina can be found on the beach in Chatham, MA, often at sunrise. Her passions include horseback riding, travelling and gardening.
*C&S Wholesale Grocers of Keene, NH, is the largest food wholesaler and according to Forbes Magazine, the 10th largest privately held company in the United States.