Stacy Mirabello

Associate Professor

JWU Faculty Since 2011

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Stacy’s love for food started at a young age, cooking alongside of her grandmother. Throughout the years of working in the food industry her passion continued to grow while working in many fine dining restaurants throughout the U.S. and Europe. While working at the three-starred Michelin restaurant, The Waterside Inn in England, she was given the opportunity to further refine and expand her culinary skills and knowledge. It was here where she soon learned to respect and appreciate the value of food and what it brings to the table. With this new attitude toward food, Stacy shifted her focus and quickly changed the way she approached cooking to include using it as a resource to promote health and wellness as well as reverence for the environment.

Since 2011 Stacy has been an instructor at Johnson & Wales University teaching culinary and pastry classes. In 2017 she enrolled in the Gastronomy graduate program at Boston University and tailored her degree to focus on food policy and nutrition. Soon after graduating, she transitioned into an Associate Professor position at the College of Food Innovation and Technology where she currently shares her knowledge and expertise in culinary nutrition with future nutritionists and dietitians.


  • MLA, Gastronomy, Boston University 2019
  • BS Food Service Entrepreneurship, Johnson & Wales 2005
  • Certified Holistic Nutritionist 2021


  • Cooking for Health and the Harvest
  • Farm to Table Desserts SFS 3144
  • Designing Healthy Desserts CULN 2230
  • Vegetarian Cuisine CULN3155