CAFP Society

Canadian Association of Foodservice Professionals (CAFP)
 
CAFP Student Executive, 2017-2018

Brittany Sampson

President

   

Chiedza Chikwavaire

Vice-President 

   

Amanda Rees

Treasurer

   

Heather-Ann Burell

Secretary

   

Katelin Keizer

Fundraising Coordinator

 

Amanda Last

Cultural Connections

   

Claire Edington

Educational Events Coordinator

 

Katie Rennie

Social Events Coordinator

 

Shelby Kennedy

Professional Events Coordinator

 

Aiyu Liu

Food Service Advisor/Cultural Connections

 
HNU Dept. Advisor & Northumberland Branch Liaison:
Brenda Hanlon bhanlon@stfx.ca
 

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CAFP - Northumberland Branch
CAFP - StFX Student Branch

 Canadian Association of Foodservice Professionals (CAFP)

 Mission

 The mission of the CAFP is to promote professional and personal development, and facilitate communication leading to excellence in our industry.

 Strategy Areas

  1. Professional Development
  2. Membership
  3. Networking

 Vision

  • We are a national association of diverse professionals united by our dedication to lifelong learning.
  • We are committed to providing our members with opportunities for fellowship, recognition and personal growth.
  • Our activities focus on networking and education, offering benefit to individual professional and student members and ultimately all foodservice industry stakeholders.

 Purposes

- To enhance the prestige of the food service profession through raising standards of service.
- To promote education in the industry and increased opportunities for youth to train for the food service profession.
- To promote research in food service and nutrition.
- To promote through good fellowship and personal association new opportunities for increased management efficiency and exchange of professional information.

There are now 21 student branches across Canada. The StFX student branch is mentored and supported by the Northumberland professional branch. The student branches are required to conduct a minimum of five educational meetings during the school term. The number and type of social meetings is depended on the student executive; however at least one meeting per year must be held with the professional branch.

The student branch meets the third Monday of every month during the F-block time slot (1:15pm) in JBB room 237. Please feel free to contact any name listed above for more information.