It will be held on June, 3 at the Urban Hotel in Madrid. This is an action for both associates and supporters or people who want to learn more about the MEG project, an opportunity to catch up on the progress in terms of structure, management, progress and projects, and a good reason to start training part of this family that increasingly adds more support (non-associated and interested attendees may be associated in the event).
The Association of Women in Gastronomy wants to help all the people who are part of this great movement that struggles daily to give visibility to women in the gastronomic sector.
Therefore, today leave a job offer below so that, in case you may be interested, you can send your resume and opt to fill a job vacancy.
The Association of Mujeres en Gastronomía continues to take firm steps in its objectives and
that is why it has decided to shape the entire movement generated and all the expectations
created in the form of a website. With the intention of being able to reach every corner of the
planet, the MEG Association launches a website to become the clear reference for all women
and men who want to fight day by day to give visibility and recognition that women deserve in
the sector gastronomic.
More than a hundred professionals, representing many others, met yesterday in Valencia to boost the visibility of women in gastronomy in Spain. The meeting was attended by cooks, sommeliers, producers, scientists, journalists, businesswomen and event and congress organizers, among other labor profiles, who have agreed on the first measures.
It started in October 2018 with a meal of friends in Monastrell (Alicante), the restaurant with Michelin Star of Maria José San Román. Relevant women of the sector, such as Carme Ruscalleda, did not miss an appointment where a movement for visibility, equity, the fair recognition of women in a sector managed mainly by men