Environmental Fridays, Nov. 18
Welcome to Season III, Episode 10, of Environmental Fridays ... it is personal.
Join us this coming Friday, Nov. 18, 2022, for Environmental Fridays, Episode 10, at 9:30 a.m. EST (10:30 a.m. Caribbean) to listen and learn about "Developing Sustainable Food, Beverage & Hospitality Industries in the Caribbean" by Island Innovation Ambassador Jordann Norbert.
Our co-host for Episode 10 is Zayna Joseph, creative arts and events production student, Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, St. Lucia.
The Zoom Meeting link is https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85270285938?pwd=REpoc3VjVkdRN1dJRkkvbDd2eHJvZz09.
- Meeting ID: 852 7028 5938
- Passcode: 948025
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Guest Speaker Bio
Jordann Norbert is the founder and CEO of the EcoFood Training and Certification Agency. Her expertise in this capacity is sustainable food, beverage and hospitality educator, curriculum designer and consultant. She has been an avid advocate for sustainability within the food, beverage and hospitality industries for the past eight years holding the title of Sustainability Trainer under the World Association of Chefs Societies in France and holding other professional certificates in Sustainable Cities as well as Climate Change and Food Service. She is currently serving as Island Innovation Ambassador for St. Lucia and remains resolute in bringing awareness to the importance of sustainable development to Small Island Developing States (SIDs) especially in the Caribbean region.
Zayna Joseph is an 18-year-old graduating creative arts and events management student at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College in St Lucia. She has been affiliated with the arts and production for most of her young life. Her background consists of production management and acting in local productions ranging from plays to films.
Outside of school, she has worked in the arts sphere, performing with a local theatre arts organization, Youth In Arts, for the past 6 years; teaching Theatre Arts at summer camps and workshops; co-hosting events with Jessy Leonce; producing her club's first ever film in the history of its 30 years of existence; and being in prominent leadership roles. She is currently working at AllBiz Media, a major media house in St. Lucia.