2019 Rising Stars

2019 Rising Stars

Kelsey Rosenbaum

Most rewarding moment so far:  I meet with students who have food allergies, some of whom have visited more than 20 colleges but find they won’t be able to eat in the dining hall with their fr...

2019 Rising Stars

Lauren Bradley

I authored a grant and received funding to purchase a blender bike for our school district, which is used as the focal point in a nutrition class that I helped develop.

All of my life, public speaking has been my biggest fear. Starting this job, I was given the monumental task of allergy training every member of the dining staff.

To have been able to design all of the graphics for one of our new dining locations at Liberty. 

To always keep an open mind. This allows us to pursue careers, projects and ideas that we may never have considered. 

We hired a videographer for my marketing department, and we have really been pushing the needle on video content.

We have had the pleasure of inviting friends and family to our lunch service on several holiday occasions.

Since my time at University of Iowa, I have taken over a catering department, significantly increased sales, revamped our service model and increased customer satisfaction and the overall perception and culture of catering on campus, in addition to opening the food operation in the state-of-the-art Hancher Auditorium and opening Catlett Market Place. 

My first major project with the CMSD nutrition team was to write technical specifications for an RFP for a menu management system, which would become the groundwork for a cloud-based software solution for the entirety of our school nutrition operation.

I have been volunteering with the Foodbank of Santa Barbara’s Teens Love Cooking program.

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