Joi Chevalier of the Cook’s Nook: Fighting to Stop Food Insecurities and Food Inequity It has been two months since we had the snowstorm that knocked out the power, water, and food. The city was not prepared for
Black History Month: Meet Joi Chevalier WTHR - Joi started The Cook’s Nook, Austin’s first shared commercial kitchen and culinary incubator after spending nearly 20 years in the tech industry. Watch the video now!
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the country, the issues related to equitable access to food became glaring. Almost overnight, populations (including the shut-in, the elderly, the working poor, and the homeless) all lost access to food. As more
You could call Houston native Joi Chevalier a wonder woman. A graduate of UT Austin, she got her start in tech right out of her Ph.D. program when the internet was on the cusp becoming the all-encompassing global power that it is today.
Behind the relaxed veneer hums the mind of one of Austin’s leading voices on the future of food.
On Monday, August 24th, Joi had the opportunity to sit down with Marcus Samuelsson to discuss his company, his career, his new book, his restaurants, and his community. Yes, there are a lot of commas in that sentence, but they were able to cover so much ground in a half-hour interview.
The Cook’s Nook is looking for a Site Production Cook and a Site Production Lead to support its partnership with Del Valle Independent School District. DVISD Program: Site Production Cook This role facilitates the
As the COVID-19 emergency evolves, we can’t help but to be aware of the impact the pandemic is having on our food system. While the work being done locally is outstanding, we are seeing a rapidly growing need
A Conversation with Kim Olson "This pandemic has really exposed the inherent brokenness of our existing food system." ~Joi Chevalier On Wednesday, May 20th, The Cook’s Nook’s Joi Chevalier participated in a Zoom call with local leader Kim
New emergency food access program to provide meals to those in need in Travis County AUSTIN (KXAN) — Travis County is working with local food suppliers to both provide meals to those and need and give some service