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Food Services Employee Selected for Leadership Institute


Joanna Michelle Treese, food service manager at the Bush Campus Center at Pennsylvania College of Technology, has been chosen to attend a National Association of College and University Food Services Leadership Institute at Russellville, Ark., on June 2-8.

Treese is among 29 food-service professionals to be selected from NACUFS’ Region II (Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia).

The experience will allow participants to sharpen their leadership skills by focusing on the attributes of an effective leader. The week’s schedule features dynamic speakers, team projects and group presentations.

NACUFS is the trade association for food-service professionals at more than 650 institutions of higher education in the United States, Canada and abroad. Founded in 1958, NACUFS provides members with a full range of educational programs, publications, management services and networking opportunities. In addition to colleges and universities, more than 350 industry suppliers are members of the association.

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