Budget Cruncher

Weisberg, Karen
March 2007
FoodService Director;3/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p30
Trade Publication
The article profiles Dona Zavislan, food service administrator at the Colorado Department of Corrections (DOC). Born and raised in Colorado, she had earned her bachelor's degree at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, in food science and nutrition. After a brief stint as quality assurance manager checking up on sandwich production being supplied by Walmart's trucking company, Zavislan learned of a position overseeing food service for offenders in DOC facilities in Colorado.


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