Sexual Harassment Claims Spurred Shakeup Atop José Andrés’s World Central Kitchen
A director at World Central Kitchen stayed on for years after issues were raised to the CEO, who left after an internal investigation. The nonprofit’s new leader says “it is my charge to build a supportive and transparent culture.”
He was one of the most powerful men at one of the world’s most prominent disaster-relief nonprofits. And then, in a surprise to staffers, he was gone; an unceremonious exit punctuated by a brief Slack message.
“Hi all, sharing here that Tim Kilcoyne’s last day with WCK is today,” Nate Mook, the chief executive officer at World Central Kitchen, wrote to employees on June 6, 2022. “Please contact Jason Collis with questions on work-related items.”