2012 Silver Plate winner Dan Henroid, director of nutrition and foodservice at UCSF Medical Center in San Francisco, loves breakfast any time of the day, wishes he could slow down and wants to work up the nerve to go skydiving.
It’s really dynamic work. Every day is different. I love the service element to my job.
There are a lot of human resource issues that tend to consume copious amounts of time for just a few people.
I was in academia for six years prior to coming back into operations and to successfully make that transition and have the success that we’ve had is pretty cool.
Last year we were asked to do a prom in the hospital. We took the main café and cleared it out and put a dance floor in. We worked with the child life department to do this prom for current and former patients of the children’s hospital.
Probably something with computers.
The ability to make people happy. If I could wave a wand and make people happy.
To slow down a little. I tend to multitask a lot.
Not being successful.
President Obama. Politics aside, he’s blazed a very significant trail. There were a lot of people who didn’t think they would see a person of color in the White House in their lifetime.
I’m a big breakfast person. I can eat breakfast any time of the day. I’m a big breakfast burrito person.
Chocolate and sugar-sweetened soda. I’m supposed to be a dietitian practicing what I preach, but…
Eggs. I love breakfast.
Home meal replacements.
Morning. I have time to myself.
Live life to the fullest and do so with the fewest number of regrets.
I’d like to go back to when the country started. To be a fly on the wall when the Declaration of Independence was written and other key moments that formed the basis for the country.
Somewhere with a white, sandy beach with my kids far away from work and the other stresses of the day.
Dwight Eisenhower when he was the Allied commander.
Skydiving. I want to get the nerve to do it.