Jessica Shelly, food services director at Cincinnati Public Schools, doesn’t get celebrity reality shows, wouldn’t travel back in time if given the option and admires Walt Disney.
Getting to watch a child try (and like!) a new food for the first time.
Navigating through the flaming hoops of red tape.
It's a tie between marrying my soul mate and getting to be a mom to my triplet boys.
Sushi. Ironically, we started serving it our high schools this year.
Executive in consumer marketing knowledge.
Playing the piano. My playing is so bad I can't Handel it. Ha! (Maybe I should have said joke telling.)
Being too demanding of myself.
My mom. She is my rock and my role model.
Tapas and sangria.
Salt and vinegar potato chips. I don't have a sweet tooth, I have a salt craving.
Frank's Red Hot. I truly do put that sh*t on everything.
When I was an intern at the Cincinnati Zoo in undergrad, we would eat what we fed to the animals—mealworms, crickets and primate biscuits were a frequent lunch.
I'm a night owl.
“This, too, shall pass.”
Two words: butterfly effect. I wouldn't do it.
Walt Disney. I loved his creative entrepreneurship.
My most treasured possessions are not things, they are my family, friends and memories.
Set foot in every continent.