WFIM Supports New Food Talent

By Birgit Blain

Iana Mologuina is the recipient of the first annual Donna Messer Women in Food Industry Management Scholarship. Nancy Klassen, WFIM Chair, proudly awarded the scholarship saying “Iana has demonstrated academic merit, and a commitment to the food industry through her professional and volunteer experience.” Iana recently graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor in Applied Science in nutrition and food, after obtaining chef training at George Brown College, and plans to continue her studies to become a registered dietitian.

Women in Food Industry Management (WFIM) is dedicated to supporting professionals to become “The Best Women at the Table” by encouraging advancement through networking and professional development.

The WFIM scholarship recognizes the value of female students graduating from studies related to the food industry. It is also a tribute to the late Donna Messer, a founding member of WFIM, who coached scores of women to become better leaders through networking.

Learn about the benefits of WFIM membership at www.wfim.ca

 


As a packaged foods consultant specializing in strategy, brand and packaging development, Birgit Blain makes brands more saleable. Her experience includes 17 years with Loblaw Brands and President’s Choice®. Contact her at mailto:Birgit@BBandAssoc.com

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