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Episode Info: In this episode of the Moe and Mel podcast we interview Chef Hollie.  Chef Hollie has a unique story and her transition from corporate life to life as an entrepreneur is inspiring.  Chef Hollie is the founder of Joyfoodly.com.  Please visit http://www.joyfoodly.com/chef-hollie-founder/ to learn more about Chef Hollie and to learn more about JoyFoodly.   Why JoyFoodly? Chef Hollie wanted to inspire children to cook and eat well to live a full and joyful life with great food memories.  It all began on a cooking vacation in Tuscany where her heart was struck by a thunderbolt calling to follow this passion to teach kids about healthy eating.  She ditched her 10-year corporate career and never looked back. More about Hollie Hollie Greene is an Author, Chef, and Food Education Entrepreneur with expertise in transforming kids’ relationship with food as a means for a joyful life. Hollie taught over 1,000 at risk children  through her previous roles with non-profit programs partnering with Rachael Ray’s Yum-O!, Mayor Bloomberg, and Mary J. Blige.  She has worked as an education director for The Sylvia Center and Chef in Residence in NYC Schools through Wellness in the Schools to improve School Food and is a Chef Partner to the Novato, California, Unified School District.  Her book series, Trudy, The Vegetable Detective, invites children into the magical world of eating seasonal, organic veggies. Before attending the French Culinary Institute in NYC, Hollie gained ten years of corporate executive experience with organizations such as Citigroup and American Express, where she put her Masters of Human Resources degree and knowledge of Instructional Design to work helping create Global Leadership Programs. When not managing JoyFoodly, Hollie contributes her time and curriculum development knowledge with Bay Area organizations including CUESA (Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture), Marin Organic, Hidden Villa Farm, and Sprouts Cooking Club.
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