SHFM Announces 2022-23 Rising Stars

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The Society for Hospitality and Foodservice Management has announced its 2022-23 Rising Stars, a distinction that recognizes individuals under age 40 for their “outstanding work” and the importance they play in an organization’s success and longevity.

Rising Stars receive opportunities to participate at the National and Critical Issues conferences and to work with SHFM leadership to help form the future of the society. “SHFM values the Rising Stars’ insight into potential growth solutions for years to come,” says SHFM in a press release.

The 2022-23 Class of Rising Stars:

Bobbi Capps, Aramark

Brittany Drennen-Collins, PepsiCo

Rebecca Funk, Parkhurst Dining

Samantha Gambino, Aramark

Lauren Ginn, ISS Guckenheimer

Hannah Guy, Middleby

Joshua Kohn, JLL/Amazon

Kerri Kolzow, 365 Retail Markets

Chase Leonard, Guest Services

Natalia Lopresti, Jane Street Capital

Kelly Meadows, Lavazza Group

Carolina Mendez, Flik Hospitality/World Bank

Michael Moore, Restaurantware

Alexander Olesen, Babylon Micro-Farms

Nicole Perez, Impossible Foods

Ricky Postiglione, Compass Group

Lauren Scharfing, Flik Hospitality/Capital One

Bradley Silverstein, Solato USA

Giuliette Trentacosti, Cater to You Food Service

Jessica Zucker, Eurest/Compass Group

In addition, SHFM announced the 2022-23 class of the Julie Flik Rising Star Continuation Program, which honors SHFM Past President Julie Flik. The program allows those who have timed out of the Rising Stars program to continue their involvement in SHFM.

The 2022-23 Julie Flik Rising Star Continuation Class:

Jenna Calhoun, Sundae Tucker

Michael DiNuzzo, Google

Justin Drew, Nexdine Hospitality

Corey Silverstein, Foodworks

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