Joseph Lee was born into slavery in Charleston, South Carolina in 1848. He began baking as a child, working in a bakery in Beaufort, South Carolina. Lee refined his cooking skills as a steward in the United States Coastal Survey, where he worked for eleven years. When Lee left the Coastal Survey, he and his [...]
Snapchef believes in supporting its communities and was proud to make charitable donations to incredible organizations neighboring our various New England office locations. We want everyone in our communities to have a wonderful holiday and we are thankful for the support these organizations provide year-round to those in need. We also encourage those [...]
Cristeta Comerford, born in 1962 in the Philippines, is the first woman and first person of Asian origin to hold the post of White House Executive Chef. Born as Cristeta Gomez Pasia in Manila. She attended University of the Philippines, Diliman in Quezon City, majoring in food technology. She left school before completing the degree when she immigrated to the United States [...]
Maggie Lena Walker, (1864 – 1934), was a black businesswoman and teacher in Richmond, VA. Born to enslaved parents, with no college education, she overcame obstacles to fulfill her dream of entrepreneurship. In 1903, she founded the St. Luke Penny Savings Bank. Walker was the first woman of any race to charter a bank in the United States. She was [...]
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