Chef Johnny Scott loves to teach young people the importance of developing workforce skills, an entrepreneurial spirit, and overcoming the shame of their past. Johnny honed his cooking skills working by his mother’s side in the kitchen; preparing food for fellow inmates in jail; and while touring the globe with his Air Force wife. In addition to running his Mission Kitchen catering business, Johnny can be found helping at-risk youth at the DC Juvenile Detention Center, The DC Dream Center, and The Boys Probation House in Fairfax County, as well as teaching healthy cooking classes at the USO Warrior and Family Center at Fort Belvoir. Join us as Johnny shares highlights and lessons learned from a life serving delicious food to others.
The importance of remembering the context of often-quoted scriptures, and of releasing the shame of our past.
Some advice for entrepreneurs.
A plug for the Mission Kitchen and Norma Deli.
FULL CHEF JOHNNY INTERVIEW
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