Fulfill Announces Two New Board Members

Tyniesha Douglas Headshot      

Neptune, NJ – Fulfill, a leader in alleviating hunger and building food security in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, has announced Tyniesha Douglas and Nichoele M.J. Peguese to its Board of Trustees.

“We are thrilled to welcome Tyniesha and Nichoele to our Board,” said Triada Stampas, president and CEO, Fulfill. “The wealth of experience they bring to Fulfill complements our diverse and growing board of dedicated professionals and will further our mission of ensuring all people have access to enough nutritious food to maintain an active and healthy life.”

Douglas, a dynamic educator with more than 20 years of experience, currently serves as Supervisor of Social Studies for Montgomery Township High School and as Assistant Director of Rays of Hope, Inc., where she provides leadership development opportunities and designs and facilitates community service projects for youth. She has also served in different volunteer capacities including President of the Jersey Shore Chapter of Mocha Moms as well as Program Director, Teen Advisor and Lead Teen Advisor of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.  – Jersey Shore Chapter. Douglas resides in Howell, NJ.

Peguese is an attorney and human resources professional with global experience representing companies in all aspects of employment law, including ADA, FMLA and compliance issues. She has worked in various industries such as rehabilitation and reentry, utilities and mortgage services. As an active volunteer, Peguese is a member of Monmouth County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., National Council of Negro Women – North Area Chapter, and Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – Jersey Shore Chapter. Peguese resides in Howell, NJ.

About Fulfill
Fulfill, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and member of Feeding America, has been providing food for families at the Jersey Shore for more than 38 years. In 2022, through its network of nearly 300 community partners including food pantries and soup kitchens, it provided more than 13.1 million nutritious meals to families, children, seniors, veterans and more.

Fulfill also offers a suite of programs to connect people to the resources they need to become self-sufficient, including helping individuals and families obtain SNAP benefits and affordable health care and graduating adult students from our Culinary Skills Training program. Fulfill also assists families with budgeting and money management, finding help for utility expenses, connecting seniors to needed services, and providing school and community garden programs to help provide nutritious foods. To learn more about Fulfill’s programs or how to get involved, visit