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Some of the most innovative and out-of-the-box thinkers in the noncommercial foodservice industry.

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Cameron Thompson

Top accomplishment this year:Moving up to executive chef and operating the first hydroponic farm at a Southeastern university.What would you say you excel at over more seasoned employees?Making trends...

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Holly Thaw

Top accomplishment this year:Collaborating with other school districts to efficiently accomplish common goals, improve program quality and perception, and achieve cost-saving results for our individua...

Top accomplishment this year:Working with our team to revamp all our menus to reflect a focus on fresh and local items, resulting in students selecting almost 1.5 million entree salads for lunch last ...

Top accomplishment this year:Promoted from assistant manager to manager to training manager, and helped to nearly double adult meal participation and increase student participation by 6%.What’s ...

Top accomplishment this year:Successfully implementing the Clean Label Initiative, removing more than 35 possibly harmful ingredients from products and recipes, and reaching more than 10,000 downloads...

Top accomplishment this year:Adapting my grandfather’s recipe for sweet potato pie, which received many compliments, as a holiday dessert across the district.What would you say you excel at over...

Top accomplishment this year:Being part of the implementation of our new food truck program, from the initial planning to the actual implementation.What would you like to accomplish in your career in ...

Top accomplishment this year:Getting published by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and guiding dietetic interns with experience as a registered dietitian. What would you say you excel at ov...

Top accomplishment this year:Regional winner of the Rising Star Award within Sodexo Senior Living.What’s been your most rewarding moment?My most rewarding moments are when residents attend and e...

Top accomplishment this year:Together with my team, made a positive impact in our patients’ lives with little gestures or conversations.What experience have you learned an important lesson from?...

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