Podcast: Research Chefs Association President Catherine Proper

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Chef Catherine Proper has been a lifelong member of the Research Chefs Association after joining during her college years. After serving on several volunteer leadership committees while also progressing her career, Chef Catherine has a deep understanding of the legacy of the organization and a keen eye on the future. She is also currently the Senior Director of Product Development and Quality Assurance for Supervalu, Inc.

She joined us in this final Culinologist-focused podcast to share how Puerto Rico was chosen as the locale to celebrate our organization’s 20th anniversary and what she’s looking forward to at the event.

Conference is March 14-17, 2017.

Find out about the RCA and Culinology at http://www.culinology.org/

Register for the RCA Conference here: http://www.culinology.org/p/cm/ld/fid=1174

– Early bird pricing ends Jan 13

– Advanced Registration ends Mar 6

– Students interested in volunteering for 4 hours to receive a $100 RCA Conference discount registration can contact RCA headquarters at RCA@culinology.org.

Kimberly will be recording some interviews there, so if you’re interested in being a guest on the show, just send us an email at kimthechef@gmail.com.

If you have gained value from the podcast, would you consider personally sponsoring or inquiring of whether your organization would contribute? Just $10 per month from a  few sponsors would keep the show going. You can specify if you want to support the podcasting effort in general or support a specific series – PeasOnMoss or The Culinologist.



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