CHEFS BOOT CAMP FOR POLICY AND CHANGE
Part of the JBF Impact Programs, the Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change provides a unique opportunity for civically and politically minded chefs to become more effective leaders for food-system change. During thematic retreats around the country, participants receive advocacy and media training while learning about important issues, challenges, and opportunities facing the food world. The goal is to build a growing network of like-minded chefs, provide support for personal interests and passions, and give tools and guidance that will help them act as influential advocates. The JBF Chefs Boot Camp for Policy and Change is currently supported by the Osprey Foundation, the Carl M. Freeman Foundation in Memory of chef Matt Haley, and the Enelow Fund.