As Kitchen Expeditors, Kim Johnson and Aaron Robinson are responsible for helping with food prep and serving guests. They work both in the front with the guests, and in the kitchen, running food between the kitchen and serving area, delegating tasks to volunteers, and helping everyone on the kitchen team make sure things are going smoothly.
Kim is from the Madisonville section of Cincinnati. She has five children who she loves dearly, aged 16-29 (the one boy is the youngest). In her spare time, Kim loves to cook and spend time with her family. She loves helping people, so she and her kids make sandwiches for Our Daily Bread guests every weekend.
When asked about working at Our Daily Bread, Kim said, “I like the job, I love the people! It’s an environment I love to be in- it’s about helping and giving back to the community.” Her hope for Our Daily Bread is that we grow bigger and always have enough food to help people in need.
Aaron is originally from Washington, D.C. He moved to Cincinnati’s Delhi area in 2016, where he lives with his wife and five children. In his free time, he goes hiking in nature and goes skydiving (yes, really!). He is looking forward to traveling more when COVID is over.
Aaron joined Our Daily Bread because he wants to give back and “do more than cooking” as a career. His hope for working with us is to learn as much as possible and immerse himself in our programming, as he hopes to open his own nonprofit organization one day.