Women Making HERstory 2021
The second annual HERstory
In 2021 Tracy published her second list of extraordinary women who making HERstory in food and beverage. This list consists of a(n):
- Chef honoring her indigenous heritage
- Caterer who refuses to compromise on food safety or quality,
- Entrepreneur who is helping people achieve financial independence through food
- Chef and restauranteur who now rescues farm produce from going to waste so it gets it to families in need,
- Farmer, two farm to school program educators, and a chef who are engaging kids in eating fruits and vegetables with small bites
- Activist and advocate of restoring heritage grains to Colorado
- Bartender who provides black history lessons with every cocktail she serves
- A sausage company owner selling products that are clean, paleo-friendly, gluten-free, and top 8 allergen free, and
- Watchdog for the gluten-free community fighting for transparency and accuracy in US food manufacturing and food service.
Read about and listen to these extraordinary women to learn ways we can offer better wellness opportunity through the food and beverage served at events.
Chef Kristina Stanley, a member of the Red Cliff Lake Superior Chippewa, honors her indigenous heritage by creating, selling and promoting the use of food that features indigenous ingredients and tribally-sourced products to produce healthy meals.
In this episode of Eating at a Meeting for Women’s History Month, Tanya Gurrieri, founder of Salthouse Catering in Charleston, SC talks with Tracy about how there is no compromising when it comes to food safety or quality no matter where we are executing an event or for whom.
Keitra Bates is on a mission to preserve and promote culinary culture and empower economic inclusion, business development and growth opportunities through Marddy's, the food incubator that provides local food entrepreneurs who are people of color, women and other marginalized populations a licensed facility for cooks to prepare and distribute…
After 20 years owning and running her own farm-to-table restaurants in Sonoma County, Duskie Estes is now running Farm to Pantry, taking her dedication to sourcing food ethically and advocating for small farmers to fighting food insecurity by distributing nutrient-rich foods to those in need.
Learn how a A farmer, two farm to school program educators, and a chef have committed themselves to combat this issue by creating meaningful, turn-key resources that are accessible, impactful and fun! The Small Bites Adventure Club makes it easy for grown-ups to introduce fruits and veggies to kids, and…
Mona Esposito, aka "The Grain Lady," is an activist and advocate of restoring heritage grains to Colorado. She is a resource for all things grain, in the field and in the kitchen through the Noble Grain Alliance she co-founded in 2016 and The Colorado Grain Chain.
Tiffanie Barriere, aka "The Drinking Coach" is a bartender who is making HERstory by providing history lessons with every cocktail she serves. Her main goal is education, service, and fun with every pour.
From first selling sausage for a local 4th of July Festival in 1990, Loree Mulay Weisman is proud to run the 31 year old food company that sells all products that are clean, paleo-friendly, gluten-free, and top 8 allergen free. Learn how this woman is making HERstory.
Learn how Tricia Thompson is making HERstory as THE Watchdog for the gluten-free community, fighting for transparency and accuracy in US food manufacturing and food service.