38 minutes | Sep 17, 2021

Stress? What Stress? Chef Maria Campbell

Chef Life RadioS2 – E2: Stress – What Stress? Chef Maria CampbellShow notesMaria Campbell is a chef and co-founder of Cooks Who Care, a Philly-based organization that supports the well-being of people working in all facets of the food & beverage industry. Driven by a desire to create change in the food industry, Maria and her husband, Chef Scott Campbell, started Cooks Who Care as a way to bring people together. In this episode, Maria describes what keeps her going and why she’s so committed to helping her peers in the food business get ahead. You can help too. Learn what you can do to help Cooks Who Care spread its message and expand the reach of its community.Timestamps:0.00 - Introducing the Burnt Chef Project01.01 - Welcome to Chef Life Radio04:21 - Introducing chef Mary Campbell05:28 - Chef Life Radio bumper06:46 - Interview with Maria Campbell10:19 - Corona madness13:26 - You’re going down! The power of the internet16:34 - Cooks Who Care22:29 - Hiring industry veterans24:03 - The new kitchen culture31:23 - Does love play any part in our new kitchen culture?34:30 - Takeaways from the conversation with Maria Campbell35:54 - Chef Life Radio outro      Free PDF Download: The New Kitchen Culture: bit.ly/cookswhocarehttps://www.cookswhocareinspire.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9wr7qH6UwyhQy2pI-Tn7Qgttps://www.instagram.com/cookswhocare/Link to Member Site: www.chefliferadiocrew.comLink to the mailing list: www.chefliferadio.com/signupMaria Campbell, MBA is a Chef-by-trade is anestablished educator and a mentor who uses her determination and positivity toinfluence all who she works with. Through her role as a Partner andProductivity Specialist with One Degree Coaching, she provides guidedleadership mastery to businesses of all types, helping them to reach their fullpotentials and achieve success. As the Founder and Executive Director of CooksWho Care - a collective formed to serve as the Well-Being Concierge for theFood Industry - she drives much-needed change in the industry she loves,encouraging others to support the health of underpaid and underserved workerswho run our country's kitchens and serve our meals.  This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacyPodtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
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