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"Black Chef’s Network Road To Empower Business & Social Seminar"

“On The Guest List!” attends the Black Chef’s Network Road To Empower Business & Social Seminar.  See Host Simone Jameson interview the very special guest and speakers at this incredibly informative event.  So sit back and enjoy another exclusive all access episode of “On The Guest List!”


Atlanta, Georgia, December 7, 2016Black Chef’s Network Presented The Road To Empower Business & Social Seminar for Professional Chefs interested in building their brand and/or business in the Culinary Industry. The event took place Dec 6, 2016 at the King Plow Art Center, Black Chef’s Network (BCN) offered each attendee chef headshots, business development tips, written bio, legal advice, certification guidance and much more.

Special Guests: Business goes beyond the kitchen and it is BCN’s founder, Courtney Munford’s goal to express the importance of Business Development and Activation. The seminar was hosted by Ronnika Ann, Sr. PR Director of iGN PR, and included presentations by: Sammie Haynes, Editor & Chief of Sheen Magazine; Lenise Williams, ESQ, Brand Attorney; Khalil Hasan, Owner of Red Carpet Express, and Whitney Lee, social media coordinator for BCN.

The evening also gave everyone a taste of different cultures by having many different types of food stations all catered by Chef Aubrey Sinfield and Bold American Catering. The dessert station was provided by Jaxon Pastries and after dinner, no food went to waste thanks to special guest Jasmine Crowne; founder of Black Celeb Giving and GoodR Food Rescue App with a goal to reduce food waste through partnerships with culinary professionals and restaurants.

BCN produced a night filled with business owners and vendors; including Lillie Mae PR. Attendees shared their experience using the hashtags #RoadToEmpower and #RoadToEmpowerAtl. The Snapchat filter was sponsored by Antonio Barnes and the event was planned and designed by SC Visionary Planning and Production Services.

Atlanta was the first of many stops where all chefs, entrepreneurs, and business owners collaborate. BCN’s Road To Empower next tour stop will be announced early 2017.

For more information contact Sr. PR Director, Ronnika Ann, at or call 404-548-1390



About Black Chef Network

Educate: Black Chef’s Network is a social networking site created for African-American and minority chefs from diverse and multicultural backgrounds. BCN provides a platform where chefs can interact with other users and culinary professionals, create and upload original content, share techniques and recipes, while expanding their creativity and portfolio. The network serves to empower culinary professionals and chefs alike, using technology to bridge the gap. This platform allows users to expand their knowledge and acquire the skills necessary to compete in the culinary industry.

Empower: To empower, is to promote self-actualization or influence. BCN serves to be a source of inspiration and empowerment for chefs with limited opportunities and resources. We are the primary “go-to” resource for personal, event, and industry leaders to acquire minority chefs and culinary professionals to fulfill their food and entertainment needs.

Inspire: Inspiration comes in many forms. Individuals find their sources of inspiration through people, music, art, and cultural influence. Black Chef’s Network recognizes the importance of one staying true to themselves. Each individual is different. Black Chef’s Network has created a platform to where you can remain true your craft, without compromise. Be Original. Be Unique. Be Inspired! Be YOU!

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