Session Scheduler

View, browse and sort the 2018 Catersource sessions by track and session. With the CS2018 session scheduler, you can build your education schedule in advance from your laptop, desk top or the mobile app. Access your schedule during the show via export or with the Catersource conference mobile app. You may download the CS2018 mobile app now from your iTunes App Store if you have an iPhone or Google Play App Store if you have an Android smart phone.

If you have any difficulties contact Catersource Customer Service at 218-740-6881 / 800-932-3632 Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm CST or you may email customer service at registration@catersource.com

PLEASE NOTE: Using this schedule builder is for your convenience and doesn't register you or guarantee you a seat in the sessions. You must purchase a conference and/or tradeshow pass or tickets for optional events in order to gain access. A friendly reminder that seating is first come, first served and it is possible that some classes or events may be sold out or filled. Don't miss out, be on time to sessions and purchase your tickets early to fully enjoy the Catersource experience.

Jason "Jay Z" Ziobrowski, CECCorporate Chef, Eastern regionInHarvest

Chef Jay Z, InHarvest's corporate chef for the Eastern region, is certified as an executive chef (CEC) through the American Culinary Federation. He trained at Johnson & Wales in Providence, RI. Through his local ACF chapter, Chef Jay founded “5 a Day the Color Way in Charlotte” in 2012 to support the USDA’s Chefs Move to Schools. The program capitalizes on the allure of different colors to teach kids enrolled in dozens of Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) to make healthier food choices that include fresh fruits and vegetables. Accomplished through volunteerism and donated foods, Chef Jay has corralled a network of chefs and vendors to keep the program strong and growing; indeed, “5 a Day the Color Way in Charlotte” is beginning to expand beyond greater Charlotte to entice chef volunteers in large markets including Atlanta and Orlando, and is being reviewed as a model national program by the ACF.

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