Workstyles of the Rich and Famous

Perspective from Sandi Goldfarb: During the course of my career I have experienced the pleasure and, at times, the pain of working with celebrities on behalf of both nonprofit and for for-profit corporations. Whether they are actors or athletes, politicians or performers, the best ones understand they have a job to do and use their popularity to draw attention to an issue or institution. According to a study conducted by Rutgers University, finding the right match...

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And the winner is... Chef Josh Ingraham of Gourmet Caterers. Congrats!!! @charitiesboston #hungerchopped reply

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