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Nermine Hanno appointed as Chairman of the World Chefs Without Borders Program
Pari, 9 March 2011
Nermine Hanno appointed as Chairman of the World Chefs Without Borders Program.
Mr. Gissur Gudmundsson, the President of WACS, is pleased to announce that he has appointed Nermine Hanno, from Egypt, as Chairman of World Chefs Without Borders Program. Nermine’s reputation and achievements stood out. She is passionate about World Chefs Without Borders and has been working on it since the very beginning. He believes Nermine will bring a good combination of community and commercial experience to this project which will add great value to our organization. As of today, she will act as the contact and spokesperson for everything related to disaster relief and humanitarian work for WACS. Mr. Gudmundsson is thrilled to pass on the responsibility over to Nermine whom he knows will help this grow in the right way. Please welcome and support Nermine in her endeavours in this challenging position.
Nermine Hanno holds a Grand Diplôme from Le Cordon Bleu, London. Apart from her engagement in World Chefs Without Borders she is currently a presenter of a culinary TV show on Fatafeat food channel in Dubai.
About World Chefs Without Borders
World Chefs Without Borders is a humanitarian aid initiative by The World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS). About World Chefs Without Borders collaborates with any and all aid agencies and organisations, international, governmental and private. About World Chefs Without Borders is an initiative impartial to race, religion, gender, political views and any other dividing concept. It aims at saving lives, alleviating suffering and restoring dignity and basic human rights by providing nutritious food and clean water to the hungry and the malnourished, in response to national as well as international situations. About World Chefs Without Borders works with employers to ensure that volunteering chefs will have their jobs secure until their return from the field.