WORLD ASSOCIATION OF CHEFS SOCIETIES (WORLDCHEFS) APPOINTS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
26 Feb– WORLDCHEFS, the global authority of chefs, has appointed Chef Charles Carroll CEC, AAC from the United States as the executive committee President for the next eighteen months. Carroll previously held the position of Vice president. John Sloane, vice president of food and beverage at Galaxy Macau, will assume the position of Vice President.
Chef Carroll is an award winning author of Leadership Lessons From A Chef: Finding Time To Be Great, and is currently the Executive Chef of River Oaks Country Club, in Houston Texas. He is the recipient of over seventy national and international awards, including Chef of the Year, Chef’s Good Taste Award, Sharing Culinary Traditions Award, Chef’s Professionalism Award, the James Beard Foundation Great Country Inn Chefs Award and Educator of the Year Award among numerous others.
Chef Carroll has served the United States on seven United States Culinary Olympic Teams over the last 20 years, competing all over the world with the ultimate prize being number one in the world in 2000.
He has also spent the past two years traveling around the United States mentoring, sharing and presenting his messages to culinary students, chefs, industry professionals and executives. His influence and inspiration has helped thousands of individuals reach their full potential and strive to be the best they can be.
Chef John Sloane, the VP for F&B & Culinary Operations at Galaxy Macau, was previously the Asia Continental Director at Worldchefs. He has helmed the role as Executive Chef for SATS Inflight Kitchen 1 before his appointment as VP of F&B for Resorts World Sentosa.
“Worldchefs spans over 105 countries and 10 million chefs, and I am proud to be a part of this great team,” said Carroll. “The board is focused and excited about the next 18 months and we are dedicated to all our members around the globe. I encourage everyone to visitwww.worldchefs.org to learn more about what we are doing and our next congress in Athens, Greece, September 2016.”