Operators open up about their passions, fears and embarrassing moments
Robert Floccari, director of dining for Chartwells at York College of Pennsylvania, York, Penn., would love to tour Italy, wishes he could play piano and keeps a supply of Fresca in his fridge.
02-09-2012 People in Foodservice
Eric Goldstein, chief executive of The Office of School Support Services for the New York City Department of Education, loves good bread, fears falling and would have dinner with President Obama.
01-15-2012 People in Foodservice
Barbara Kane, vice president of industry relations for Ecolab, and new president of the Society for Foodservice Management, hates traveling in the winter, wants to see the future and swears by sugar-free Red Bull.
01-04-2012 People in Foodservice
Tony Geraci, the new executive director of the Memphis City Public Schools child nutrition program, loves barbecue, doesn’t understand cooking with foam and fears running out of time.
11-29-2011 People in Foodservice
Nona Golledge, director of KU Dining at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, and current NACUFS president, fears drowning, loves homemade spinach lasagna and wishes she could stop worrying.
11-07-2011 People in Foodservice
Angelo Mojica, director of food and nutrition services at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, N.C., fears monsters, loves lightsabers and wishes he had the power of invisibility.
09-27-2011 People in Foodservice
Cavin Sullivan, general manager for Metz Culinary Management at The J.M. Smucker Co., in Orrville, Ohio, wishes he were taller, loves a good steak with fresh-cut fries and swears by Great Lakes beer.
08-22-2011 People in Foodservice
Helen Phillips, senior director of school nutrition at Norfolk Public Schools in Virginia, and the School Nutrition Associa-tion’s new president, fears disappointing people and never doubted that she was meant to be in child nutrition.
07-15-2011 People in Foodservice
Janet Paul Rice, associate director of dining services at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., and current NACUFS president, wants to stop worrying, doesn’t understand the big deal about cupcakes and admits indecisive customers can be annoying.
06-23-2011 People in Foodservice
Joe Stanislaw, director of food and nutrition services at 265-bed Elliot Hospital in Manchester, N.H., wishes he had better knees and says no thanks to frying every food you can think of.