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January 19, 2009

Olympic Chef Speaks with Cooking School Students in Houston, Texas

Filed under: Uncategorized — alyssammayhew @ 7:49 pm

On November 14th, 2008 at the Culinary Institute in Houston, Texas (www.culinaryinstitute.edu), Chef Charles M. Carroll, CEC, AAC, Executive Chef of the River Oaks Country Club, was invited to speak in regards to the promotion of his  book ‘Leadership Lessons From a Chef – Finding Time to be Great.’ Chef Carroll’s motivational presentation was attended by many students.

“Chef Carroll has received over seventy national and international awards including three Presidential Medallions from the American Culinary Foundation. In July of 2000, Chef Carroll was inducted into the World Master Chef Association and in August 2005 was inducted into the Honorable Order of the Golden Toque. In 2008 Chef Carroll received the ACF Chef Professionalism Award of the Year. Chef Carroll has been guest speaker at many regional and national conventions and has served as Guest Chef in Cooking of the Americas, a one-hour nationwide live broadcast. The Culinary Institute Alain & Marie LeNôtre is proud to have Chef Carroll serve as its President to the Board of Trustees.”

“Chef Carroll is recognized in the culinary industry for his passion, leadership, and integrity. His dedication to his profession is unmatched and he is highly respected by his colleagues; not only for his exceptional cuisine but his business acumen as well.”

(www.culinaryinstitute.edu)

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