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Rising Above the Challenges of COVID-19: A Food Safety Industry Round Table
Join NEHA and NEHA Business and Industry Affiliate for a digital round table of food safety professionals who will discuss the current challenges faced by food safety programs and highlight their successes. Round table presenters will also answer your questions about keeping a focus on food safety during this unprecedented time. Submit your questions before Friday, September 25th, 2020: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JZD7DW8

Sep 29, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Caroline Friel
QA Regulatory Compliance Manager @Wawa, Inc.
Caroline graduated from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland with a BSc in Environmental Health and completed a Master's Degree in Public Health from Temple University in Philadelphia. She started her career working as an Environmental Health Officer in the UK. A visit to family in the Philadelphia area in 1990 resulted in a position as a public health officer with the City of Philadelphia Health Department. From there she moved on to a corporate sanitarian position with Acme Markets, then QA manager in a production facility. A further role in food safety consultancy led to a position with Wawa for the past 19 years. Caroline is part of the Quality Assurance Risk and Safety team at Wawa and is responsible for all aspects of food safety compliance. She also oversees Wawa’s internal food safety audit program.
Sadri Jazayeri
Quality Assurance, Food Safety Manager @Taco Bell Corp
Sadri has worked for Taco Bell Corp for over 7 years leading the restaurant level food safety team. In his time at Taco Bell, he has helped drive initiatives involving 3rd party restaurant audits, cleaning programs, pest program, and overall food safety training. Prior to Taco Bell, Sadri worked in the biotech sector doing research in developing cancer diagnostic testing and then moving to experimental designs for vaccine validation as part of the clinical trials program.
James O'Neal
Sr. Manager Brand Protection, Quality and Regulatory Compliance @Denny's
James currently serves as Brand Protection Manager for Denny’s assigned primarily to the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast and Upper Midwest focusing on food safety improvement, training, and regulatory issues. Prior to joining the Denny's team, James began his career in 2002 at the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control where he started in the General Sanitation and Onsite Wastewater program before transitioning to the Food Protection program. James then moved to the private sector as part of the grocery industry in 2005 with Diversey, Inc, in support of the Food Protection and Workplace Safety program at Bi-Lo supermarkets serving stores in Georgia and South Carolina. In 2012, James joined Food Lion supermarkets where he spent the next five years as a Food Safety Specialist supporting stores and distribution centers in six southeastern states. James received his B.S. degree in Microbiology from Clemson University in 2002. He holds both REHS/RS and CP-FS credentials from NEHA.