Miller Heins joins Hunger Free board

Erin Miller Heins

Hunger Free Vermont announced the election of Erin Miller Heins of Shelburne to the organization’s board of directors.

“I am so pleased to serve on the Hunger Free Vermont Board of Directors and help the organization further its mission of ending hunger and malnutrition in Vermont,” said Heins.

An attorney and partner at Langrock Sperry & Wool, LLP since 2005, Heins has a broad litigation practice, including business litigation, construction and family law. She has been recognized by New England Super Lawyers in the field of business litigation and has been recognized in the field of construction litigation by Best Lawyers in America.

A native Vermonter, Heins has served on the board of trustees for the Pierson Library in Shelburne, as the regional chair of the Princeton University Alumni Schools Committee of Vermont and is the president-elect of the Chittenden County Bar Association.

“It is an honor to have Erin bring her many skills and her commitment to serving Vermonters to Hunger Free Vermont,” said board president Darren Allen. “We are so pleased that Erin will continue our long relationship with Langrock Sperry & Wool, a great Vermont firm that has supported our organization in many ways.”

Hunger Free Vermont is a statewide organization working to make long-term systemic changes to end hunger and malnutrition in dignified ways to Vermonters of all ages.

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