July Alum Spotlight: Elyse Kopecky | Natural Gourmet Institute

The Natural Gourmet Institute’s health-supportive, plant-based career curriculum is now exclusively offered at the Institute of Culinary Education. Learn more about career training in Health-Supportive Culinary Arts at the new Natural Gourmet Center at ICE. Click here

Recreational classes, certificate programs, and Friday Night Dinners will continue through March 2019 at NGI’s Flatiron location. We have a lot of exciting programs scheduled, which are sure to sell out! We look forward to having the NGI community be a part of the final programs on 21st Street.

July Alum Spotlight: Elyse Kopecky

Posted July 7, 2015

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Prior to completing our Chef’s Training Program, Elyse Kopecky worked as a Digital Marketing Producer in the corporate world. After 10 years, Elyse decided to pursue her passion for cooking and writing about healthy food, and became a professional whole-foods chef. She is currently working on a cookbook, Run Fast Eat Slow, with friend Shalane Flanagan, an Olympic medalist. The aim of the book is to encourage athletes to indulge in whole foods to train, feel and look better, and to help overcome a wide range of ailments. Check out these recent features about our talented grad:

 

 

Way to go, Elyse!
 

Images by Elyse KopeckyAlan Weiner