Jim Kulp has served in several charitable organizations and community sports programs over the last forty years with an emphasis on the welfare and development of children and the unborn.
Beginning in his twenties he did volunteer work for Pennsylvania School for the Deaf in Philadelphia and for Lakeside Youth Services in Chalfont, PA. As his children were growing up he coached youth baseball and refereed youth basketball games in his local township and also taught and mentored teenagers in a church youth group.
After raising a family he volunteered as a lay counselor for soon-to-be-fathers at Source One Pregnancy Center in Lawrenceville, NJ and more recently served on the board of directors of Bethany Christian Services (GDV) for six years while also providing financial counseling at a local Christian counseling center.
Jim grew up in the Philadelphia area, graduating from Abington High School then attending Elizabethtown College and Temple University. He graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor of in Business Administration degree.
While working in the food industry for over thirty years, with executive positions at Campbell Soup Company, Tasty Baking and Philadelphia Macaroni Company, Jim provided employers with financial and procurement expertise in the areas of supply chain, grain trading and milling operations.