Marina Brancely

Associate Instructor,  College of Culinary Arts

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Teaching in JWU’s Baking & Pastry Arts program over the last 10 years has allowed me to convey to our aspiring pastry chefs and bakers the value of honing both bread and pastry skills.”

Bio

Prior to teaching at JWU, I had the pleasure of working with many great chefs during my 20+ years in the restaurant/hospitality industry.

My strengths lie in menu development, and the design and execution of bread and pastry programs for independent restaurants, bistros and resorts.

Teaching in JWU’s Baking & Pastry Arts program over the last 10 years has allowed me to convey to our aspiring pastry chefs and bakers the value of honing both bread and pastry skills — and what that value can bring to them and their future employers.

While teaching full time, I am also pursuing a Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy to deepen my understanding of food and culture, and the role of food and culture in society.

I am excited to share my experiences with students as they discover their journey, and forge their career path by becoming engaged in the baking and pastry arts.