Here is a small example of the feedback the BCA has received from those we have been honored to work with over the years and have inspired us to continue doing what we can to make a difference.
The BCA has opened not only the doors of opportunity for me, but also it has opened a whole other level of confidence for me when it comes to pursuing my culinary goals.The BCA is a wonderful organization that gave me exposure and contact to people, places and things I would have never done on my own.I thank the BCA for believing in me, when no one else would, at this stage of my culinary career. -- Chance Sharper,
October 15, 2013
Jefferson Evans Talks LIFE in the Culinary Arts October 15, 2013
Jefferson Evans became the first graduate of color at the Culinary Institute of America in 1947, and was later honored by BCA Global at the 1996 Cultural Awareness Salute Gala withthe Jefferson Evans Award. Symbolizing the importance of discipline, consistency and upholding the highest....
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