Runey steers Johnson & Wales toward food’s global influence

NOURISHING LESSONS: Mim L. Runey, right, Johnson & Wales University chief operating officer, hosts her cabinet meeting, which includes, from left, Diane D’Ambra, vice president of human resources, and Marie Bernando-Sousa, senior vice president of administration and enrollment management.  / PBN PHOTO/
RUPERT WHITELEY
NOURISHING LESSONS: Mim L. Runey, right, Johnson & Wales University chief operating officer, hosts her cabinet meeting, which includes, from left, Diane D’Ambra, vice president of human resources, and Marie Bernando-Sousa, senior vice president of administration and enrollment management. / PBN PHOTO/
RUPERT WHITELEY
CAREER ACHIEVER | Mim L. Runey, Johnson & Wales University, chief operating officer Mim L. Runey has worked for Johnson & Wales University – at some location, in some role – for 28 years. That fact alone should speak volumes about the intensity and ongoing challenges in higher education as a form of constant engagement…

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