I am passionate about my work and I love partnering with others to create unique and relevant work experiences. Contact me today to talk about ways we can work together.
Here are a few ways that we can work together:
If you would like to have fun while learning to prepare delicious global cuisine, I teach theme-based cooking classes with cultural and historical perspectives. “Like” me on Facebook to get updates on upcoming classes and events
I am frequently invited to give lectures and demonstrations on global cuisine, culinary diplomacy, creativity in the kitchen, and cuisine and culture. I speak at women’s conferences, museums, schools, cultural institutions, embassies, and fundraisers. I can also help plan, coordinate, and deliver programs on integrating and experiencing culture through food and creative ways to implement health initiatives and cooking instruction in schools, hospitals, and non-profit organizations.
I am a freelance writer for various publications, web-based and print, as well as brand websites.
Hire me to be the “face” of your brand or event. I am available to be the culinary talent for your cooking videos, television commercials, public appearances, and emcee events. I am happy to work with brands that I trust and share products and information with my readers. Occasionally, I provide product reviews and host giveaways. Please contact me for more information.
International Festivals, Conferences, Travel and Events
I am available to represent companies or accompany brands on trips as a travel, food, and lifestyle writer. I love to share my experiences on the road with my readers.
Cross-Cultural Training, Consulting, and Coaching
I bring my education and experience in intercultural relations to help individuals and companies build intercultural skills and competence. Contact me to discuss how my services can help you learn skills that improve your effectiveness across cultures. My workshops and lectures range in topics from: International Dining Etiquette & Protocol, Preparing for an Expatriate Assignment, and Working Across Cultures.