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How To Build a Career at the Intersection of Food and Social Justice | Lachelle Cunningham
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Transforming the Lives of Children Through Speech Pathology | Michea Rahman
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How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Running a Small Business | Shelly Evans
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How To Balance Purpose and Profit | Tyson Toussant and Tim Coombs
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In spite of the recognition she’s received from her industry, one would say that Lachelle Cunningham’s journey as a chef is unconventional, especially compared to her peers.

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She began her culinary career by launching Chelles’ Kitchen in 2012 and soon became known for her work as the founding Executive Chef of Breaking Bread Cafe in North Minneapolis, where she received many accolades for her food creativity and social justice work.

In this episode, she talks to us about becoming a mom in her early 20s and how her sense of smell changed her relationship with food. Lachelle shares her transition from a home chef catering small dinner parties, to an entrepreneur who had a larger vision of creating positive change through food.

Finally, we’ll also learn about her work at the Healthy Roots Institute, whose mission focuses on healing and social justice through food education, culinary arts, and entrepreneurship.

To learn more about Lachelle's work, visit lachellecunningham.com/healthy-roots-institute

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