Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Rhiannon Menn is a mama, chef, and adventurer. She loves decaf coffee, traveling, and super fuzzy sweaters – which she, unfortunately, can no longer wear since she left New England.
After the birth of her second child, she had an epiphany: When she took good care of herself, she was much better at taking care of those around her. She founded Good to Mama as a way of changing the narrative about what it means to be a mom.
In 2020, prompted by the COVID-related struggles of families in her community and her own feeling of helplessness, she founded Lasagna Love. A platform that connects neighbors for home-cooked meal delivery, Lasagna Love has transformed into an international movement of kindness, impacting thousands of volunteers and recipient families each week.
Rhiannon has been written about in Forbes, Women’s Day Magazine, and the Washington Post and has appeared on the Today Show, Kelly Clarkson, and Good Morning America. Rhiannon is a graduate of Berkshire Community College, Brown University, and MIT Sloan, and is a StartingBloc fellow and Siebel Scholar. She lives in Kihei, HI with her husband, three children, and is still relentlessly petitioning for a cat.
Rhiannon is available to speak on the importance and impact of kindness, how to build a movement, fractional volunteer leadership, and more. For all inquiries, reach out to [email protected].