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July 2011
FoodService Director;7/15/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p24
Trade Publication
An interview with Autumn Ryder of Nelson Dining Hall at Ohio University and Danielle Fanter of Legacy Retirement Communities is presented. Ryder claims that her advantage over senior colleagues is that she keeps an open mind to new things and challenges. She envisions herself to be part of a renovation project that will start in August 2011 and eventually part of the opening of the facility. Fanter cites that trying to stand out amongst experienced chefs is her greatest challenge to date.


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