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Summer Program Feature: A Path to Success at GFS

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Some seventh-grade girls spend their summer afternoons with friends on the beach, chasing the sweet spot between a summery glow and a sunburn while reading their favorite author’s newest novel. At Garrison Forest School in Owings Mills, Maryland, a group of girls rests their heads on their desks while the lively intonations of an audiobook reverberate through the darkened classroom. When the tape clicks to a stop, the instructor flips the lights on and the girls lift their heads. Then...


One-on-One with a SAGE Food Service Director

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FSD Robyn Kunze has been with SAGE for nearly five years in her current position at Phoenix Country Day School. Robyn is an experienced chef, avid educator, and team leader who brings her passion for food and community to everything she does. What do you do on a daily basis? I do a lot of planning and organizing. I’m always coordinating orders and menus, and working with my Team when they need help with anything. I also help out with...


One-on-One with a SAGE Software Developer

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Technology is of great importance to SAGE—not only our meals, but also our tools, are made from scratch. We invest in building custom, state-of-the-art technological solutions for our clients, from the ground up. Meet Senior Software Engineer Leela Sedaghat—violinist, fashionista, and ping-pong player extraordinaire—a Renaissance woman whose easy eloquence and big-picture sensibility fly in the face of the one-dimensional "techie" stereotype. How did you become interested in software engineering? I’d always been interested in computers and coding, but I’d never considered it...


Tapping into Our Roots: Rediscovering Community by Eating Locally

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Now that school's winding down, most of our students have summer reading assignments— and they're not alone. SAGE has summer reading, too! We take our mission to "inspire minds" seriously, not only for the students at our schools, but also for our leadership across North America. That's why our District Managers and other leaders are assigned a book to read each summer. When school's back in session in the fall, they all get together to discuss key chapters and apply what they've learned to...


A Creative, Compassionate Approach to Food Allergies

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The Gluten-Free Zone at Notre Dame of Maryland University It’s Food Allergy Awareness Week. Roughly 15 million Americans have food allergies, and at SAGE, we know the significance of these numbers firsthand. Just last year, we conducted a study of food allergies across our venues, and our leadership presented on accommodating for food allergies as disabilities at the National Business Officers Association (NBOA) conference. We go the extra mile to keep our food-allergic customers safe at every venue by: -...


Fostering Community: Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School

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The day after Christmas, Sam Milligan flew to Chicago. A member of SAGE's Culinary Support Team, our “mobile elite” who move from venue to venue at a moment's notice when help is needed, Sam had just one week to set up dining services at Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School. There was a lot of work to do—not only to get the kitchen up and running, but also to build trust with the community. He approached a complicated situation with...


Growing SAGE: McDonogh Roots Farm

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We’re celebrating Earth Day with a “Growing SAGE” post. Nearly 80% of our schools have gardens, so there's plenty of ground to cover! We'll begin with McDonogh Roots Farm, a thriving farm on the McDonogh School campus in Owings Mills, Maryland. Providing fresh potatoes, zucchini, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, and herbs for SAGE's dining service at the school is just one aspect of this farm's mission. The farm was also created to donate food to those in need and to teach...


One-on-One with a SAGE Chef

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Erin Still is SAGE's newly-promoted Director of Menu Development. Well-known for the delicious snacks she prepares at the Home Office (including a tart, creamy Key lime pie, which I sampled thoroughly in the interest of journalistic integrity), Erin began working at SAGE almost nine years ago as a Food Service Director (FSD) at schools in Baltimore. She then served as Purchasing Manager before being promoted to her current position. Read on to learn more about Erin! How did you end...


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