Stephanie Lamerato
  • 27, Female
  • Northville, MI
  • United States
  • On The Border
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Profile Information

Title
Management Intern
Company
On The Border
What best describes my company
Upscale Casual
Interests
Discovering new food, Discovering new wines, Networking, Career Advancement, Gaining Knowledge
Personal Quote
Life is too short not to love what you do.
Biography
I am a Hospitality Business student at Michigan State University with a focus in restaurant operations. Restaurants have been my chosen path since I was roughly 15 years old. My primary focus is in the Back of House operations, however I feel that management is the logical next step in the process. This summer I will be working for Brinker International at On The Border in Novi, MI. I will also be completing an independent study in market research for the restaurant's catering operations. I will graduate from Michigan State in May 2009 with a Bachelors' Degree of Arts in Hospitality Business.
Years in the Industry
7

Les Gourmets 2008: Flavors of South America

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At 10:29pm on May 25, 2009, Bryon said…
Currently implementing a intern program for students can you help me?
At 8:13am on May 10, 2008, peter Kazalas said…
Hi Stephanie
Welcome, Hope your having a great day.
Peter Kazalas
At 6:46pm on May 6, 2008,
Operator
Doug Bond
said…
Stephanie,
Are the carvings your work? If not, who did them? Some very good work.
Doug
At 7:27am on May 6, 2008, John Alexander said…
Hi Stephanie,

Thank you for your kind note. It was an honor to serve as Executive Director for Les Gourmet. The year was 1973. We had a great team and I sincerely appreciated everyone's effort, talent, and dedication. I'm really more of a front of the house type of person, so I placed my complete trust in the heart of the house group and they did a wonderful job. Les Gourmet was actually in a state of transition at that time. We probably had more friends (art students, whatever) serving than hospitality students - hard to believe, but everyone didn't participate. I like to think that we "rekindled" the event and proudly hosted about 250 that evening with a Hawaiian theme. I put a book together a couple of years ago that I shared with the Executive Director (think it was 2003) which contained the menu and other momentos from the evening. I wonder if that is still available at The School.

Stephanie, will you be at the NRA Show in Chicago? Will you be attending the Salute to Excellence Dinner? I try to sit with Dr. Jeff Ellsworth and the MSU students. If you are at the show, please stop by the NRA Solutions booth to say "Hi" and I'll make a point of visiting the MSU booth.

Please keep me posted on the dates for the 2009 Les Gourmet dinner. I'll try to fit it into my schedule.

By the way, incredible photos. The work is fantastic. I enjoying going on cruises and your display is better than most of the work that I've seen onboard ships.

All the best,

John
At 11:16pm on May 4, 2008, Adam R. Cox said…
Hi there and welcome to a great food network!
I joined back in Jan 11th and have enjoyed meeting a lot of great people. Please take a look around and start posting replies and comments to all the discussions and blogs. I would even start some based on your areas of interest and expertise! I know that I have learned a lot so far.
You can also join different groups. I started one call Pacific Northwest Food Network.
I have also sent you a friend request, please accept it! I will add you too! Again, thanks for joining. I know you will have a great time!
Sincerely
Adam R. Cox
At 9:18am on May 3, 2008, Amanda Hite said…
Welcome to a cool site! My name's Amanda Hite and I wanted to invite you to join the Group TALENT revolution. There are alot of funky thinkers and innovative talent paradigm busters that hang out there. You can find the group on the main page under groups!

At 9:10am on May 1, 2008, Jeff Elsworth said…
Stephanie,
We have a School of Hospitality Business group on FohBoh. You should join us!
Jeff E.
At 6:29am on May 1, 2008,
Non-Operator
Stephen J Serva Dei
said…
Hi Stephanie! Welcome to Fohboh - I am sure you will find it very interesting, informative and great for networking.

For now...

Stephen
At 3:45am on May 1, 2008, Andy Swingley said…
Hello Stephanie! Thanks for joining the Network. If you are interested in any groups, check out the Leadership group on the front page. I would love to have your feedback and thoughts if you have time!

Have an awesome day and again, Welcome!
Andy
At 7:08pm on April 30, 2008, Lou said…
Welcome Stephanie,

Great to have you join,
 
 
 

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