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April 21, 2013
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A New CEO Builds Feed the Children's Post-Scandal Future

Kevin Hagan is trying to ensure the charity does a better job of fighting hunger, but critics say he has not done enough

Ron Aira, for The Chronicle

Chief executive Kevin Hagan, here working at a Feed the Children food-distribution event in Washington, is recruiting new board members, revamping programs, and rethinking the charity’s fundraising.

Kevin Hagan stands in front of a big white Feed the Children truck, a group of volunteers from PepsiCo and Walmart listening to him speak about hunger in America.

Behind the truck snakes a line of roughly 800 low-income people who have shown up on...

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