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Kris Schroeder: Spirited Pioneer

Kris Schroeder put Swedish Medical Center on the map with a prototypical room service program. Now she’s considering the next generation. At A Glance: Kris Schroeder •Director of Nutr...

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Sister Alice Marie Quinn: Cycling Sister Seeks to Deliver More Than a Meal

Sister Alice Marie Quinn is on a mission from God to serve good meals. As program director of the St. Vincent Senior Citizen Nutrition Program in Los Angeles—the largest private meals program in...

When Ted Mayer came to Harvard he faced outdated facilities and redundancies. To turn things around, he concentrated on creating a master plan that included dining hall and servery renovations and imp...

Rick Post is a Brooklyn boy who made good by working hard to make success 'happen,' but he never takes anything for granted. At A Glance: Rick Post •President and CEO, contract foods...

John Holeman has steadfastly respected leaders who were 'idealistically driven, not policy driven'—and now he's joined their ranks. At A Glance: John Holeman •Consolidated...

As director of food services for procurement operations for Prudential Financial in Newark, N.J., Ron Ehrhardt knows how challenging B&I feeding can be. One challenge he's encountered during h...

Mike Rice has followed in the footsteps of another Silver Plate winner, Ted Smith, but he has put his own stamp on this mammoth foodservice operation. At A Glance: H. Michael Rice •Director,...

As a political refugee, Pavel Matustik understands alienation. Perhaps that’s why he’s worked so hard to make his employees feel like family. At a glance: Pavel Matustick •Chief ...

As director of food and nutrition service for Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago and Holy Family Medical Center in Des Plaines, which are both part of the Resurrection Health Care System of Chicag...

Salaries continue to rise, but the average salary for men increased at a larger percentage rate than women, according to FSD's 2008 Compensation Study.

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