Metz hires new district manager

Rebecca Daley will oversee higher education and corporate dining accounts.

Metz Culinary Management has hired Rebecca Daley as district manager. Daley will oversee higher education and corporate dining accounts. Daley has more than 10 years of experience in the foodservice management and hospitality industry.

“Rebecca brings a wealth of knowledge and a proven track record of success to our team,” Jim Dickson, senior vice president of Education & Corporate Dining at Metz Culinary Management, said in a press release. “As an added bonus, we pride ourselves on being a family-run company and by welcoming Rebecca to the Metz family, we mean that quite literally as she is the daughter of Dennis Daley, district manager at Metz Culinary Management.”

Prior to joining Metz, Daley was an area general manager, Business and Industry Division, at Sodexo. In that role, she was responsible for managing foodservice operations at Air Products.

Daley previously served as director of retail operations at Sodexo, where she managed the retail food operations for Temple University’s main campus.

Daley received her bachelor of science degree in business management from La Roche College.

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