I am pleased to announce that Minute Menu Systems has a new CEO. Georgine Muntz comes to us with extensive experience in business strategy, software development best practices, and financial services. Georgine has a passion for supporting women-owned businesses, which describes many of our customers and the centers and providers they serve. When I met Georgine, one of the first things she said to me was “People are the most important thing to me. I believe how you treat your employees is how you treat your customers and it’s what determines success or failure.” Immediately we were kindred spirits. She’s a smart, experienced leader who is eager to learn from our customers how our software can continue to streamline their business.

New Minute Menu Systems CEO, Georgine Muntz, and Minute Menu co-founder and COO, Natalie Clark.

We are grateful to our owners, Alpine SG (“ASG”), for the thoughtful search that brought us Georgine.  ASG, a unique software business that buys, builds, and operates market-leading vertical SaaS companies with a PeopleFirst™ mindset, is fully committed to our company’s success and to furthering the work that our customers do to support working families and their childcare providers. We are proud to have found a leader that is aligned with our mission and will push us to improve and expand in ways that fulfill our mission.

If you are attending the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference, the National Child Nutrition Conference, or the Child Care Food Program Roundtable Conference this year, please introduce yourself to her!

Natalie Clark, COO
Minute Menu Systems

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