Operators open up about their passions, fears and embarrassing moments
Jessica Marchand, R.D., director of food and nutritrion services at WakeMed Health & Hospitals, Raleigh, N.C., loves cheese, admires her grandfather and wishes she were more musically inclined.
08-21-2012 People in Foodservice
Byron Sackett, child nutrition director at Lincoln County Schools in Lincolnton, N.C., wishes flavored, upscale coffees had never been created and would be a tomato farmer if he weren’t feeding children.
08-13-2012 People in Foodservice
Larry Bates, director of dining services for Riddle Village in Media, Pa., would be in law enforcement if he weren’t in foodservice and doesn’t understand the hype around sustainability.
07-20-2012 People in Foodservice
Ginne Dunleavy, director of dining at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, R.I., wishes she could sing, hates finding a parking space and keeps some telling ingredients in her fridge.
07-16-2012 People in Foodservice
J. Michael Floyd, executive director of food services at the University of Georgia, in Athens, loves cheesecake, thinks trayless is overrated and wants to meet John Muir.
06-14-2012 People in Foodservice
Cyndi Roberts, manger of food services at St. Joseph Memorial Hospital in Murphysboro, Ill., wants to travel the world but wouldn’t go back in time if given the opportunity.
05-16-2012 People in Foodservice
Salvatore Cantalupo, corporate chef for Stamford, Conn.-based Corporate Image Dining Services, dreams of seeing all of Italy, loves Chimay beer and doesn’t understand Atkins.
05-14-2012 People in Foodservice
Linda Stoll, executive director of food services for Jeffco Public Schools, hates mornings but gets up early, wants to be a Southern belle and loves Mexican food.
04-10-2012 People in Foodservice
Ricky Clark loves banana pudding, hates politics and considers himself an old hippie.
04-09-2012 People in Foodservice
Mary Molt is claustrophobic, loves interacting with college students and “still thinks the bacon and ice cream thing is weird.”