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Melinda Law

Recent Posts by Melinda Law:

Soul Food Sessions Celebrate Culinary Diversity + Heritage in the Queen City

As Gabby James '20 was plating up a dish during during the June 19 edition of Soul Food Sessions, Charlotte’s African-American chef series, she wished her grandmother could have been there: To her, the event was “like another stepping stone for us. That was our freedom for us to show our true talents in cooking and in leadership and it shows we’re stronger together than we are apart.”

How to Accelerate Your Food-Related Business

Many JWU students hope to achieve entrepreneurial success, but one faculty member (who’s also an alum) cautions them to be prepared to work.

Chef Carrie Hegnauer '05 has taught at JWU’s Charlotte Campus for more than 20 years. In 2014, she and her husband Dave opened The City Kitch, a commercial kitchen facility and food incubator space where 50+ clients (many of them JWU alumni) can prep, cook, store food and host events.