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About Jackie M. Lee
For the past 18+ years, Jackie Lee has been a professional chef holding numerous positions as Executive Chef in Houston’s renowned eateries, as well as being an owner/Executive Chef of a catering and consulting company. A self-taught chef, who opted to forego culinary school for a degree of Masters in Hospitality Management, Jackie ventured into yachting in search of her two passions, cooking and travel. Most recently, for 13 years, Jackie has been dedicated to Private Chef service, working predominantly aboard mega-yachts and in private estates for the Uber-Rich all over the world. Additionally Jackie is an accredited Nutrition and Wellness Specialist concentrating on women's health and related issues and you can learn more about her practice at www.anewyou-ny.com.
Jackie is a Winner of the popular show "Chopped" on the Food Network. She has also appeared on the CBS Early Show, Better TV and the Travel Channel. She is currently developing TV show concepts for the Food Network and Bravo. Jackie is also a member of the NAPW (National Association of Professional Women) and the IWLA (International Women's Leadership Association) as well as a contributing Expert on genconnect.com and serves as a Featured Chef on chefsline.com.
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