Chefs Collaborative’s 7th Annual Summit, Good Food is Smart Business, is taking place in New York City from April 10-12th, 2016 in partnership with New York University. Together, in the heart of Greenwich Village, we will explore the intersections of good food, the environment, finance, workers rights, technology, and public policy through main stage conversations with expert speakers, collaborative meals, and hands-on workshops in kitchens across New York.
Join 350+ chefs, food professionals, and media at Pier A Harbor House in New York City on Monday, April 11th for Eat These Fish!, a celebration of well-managed and under-appreciated species of fish caught in the U.S. and a taste what happens when conservationists, fishermen, government, and chefs work together.
U.S. Senator Gillibrand to Kick Off #ChefSummit 16
We are thrilled to announce that United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (NY) will be a featured keynote speaker on Sunday, April 10th as we kick off the 7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit together in NYU’s Rosenthal Pavilion penthouse at the Kimmel Center, overlooking Washington Square Park.
The Summit convenes more than 50 top food leaders and experts from across the US, including: José Andrés (ThinkFoodGroup), Rick Bayless (Frontera Grill, Topolobampo, Xoco), Kim Severson (The New York Times), Michael Cimarusti (Providence, Connie & Ted’s), Adam Danforth (Butcher, Author, Chefs Collaborative Board Member), Evan Hanczor (Egg), Michel Nischan (Wholesome Wave), Marion Nestle (New York University), and Bill Telepan (Telepan). See the full list of Presenters.