Brad Allen Reubendale

Monday Night Zoom With CHOW August 7th

Guest Speaker – Brad Allen Reubendale

Brad Allen Reubendale is the CEO of So All May Eat, a nonprofit donation-based organization with restaurants called SAME Café. The mission is to serve healthy food to everyone, regardless of ability to pay.

He has many years of experience working to deliver quality programs to under-resourced people. His history includes Urban Peak, a nonprofit which addresses youth homelessness, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), a program to advocate for children in foster care, testifying at the Colorado Capitol on behalf of foster children and LGBTQ youth, and being a youth pastor.

Brad has a Bachelor in Psychology/Criminology from Missouri State University, a Master of Divinity from Denver Seminary, and a graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from University of Colorado Denver, but the most important education he ever receives is when he shuts up and listens to other people’s experiences.

Brad lives in in Denver with his husband Michael, cats Kiki & Phillip, and step-dog Bandit, where he happily walks, bikes, or busses everywhere.

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JJ Egloff (he/him)

My name is JJ Egloff and I spent my entire 20’s and the first few years of my 30’s studying hospitality management and climbing the corporate hospitality ladder. I joined CHOW after my 10+ year management career because of what I found within the rungs of the organizational ladders I was climbing. Burnout, mental health concerns, physical health concerns, and struggling relationships were a few common findings. Instead of continuing a path that was leading me personally to life I did not want, I decided to dedicate my time to helping people find healthier paths within a tough industry where I believe passion and creativity can thrive.

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Michael Tubolino (he/him)

A warmhearted service professional with a background in public health and a passion for mental health advocacy.

Date

Aug 07 2023
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Time

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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  • Brad Allen Reubendale
    Brad Allen Reubendale
    CEO - So All May Eat

    Brad Allen Reubendale is the CEO of So All May Eat, a nonprofit donation-based organization with restaurants called SAME Café. The mission is to serve healthy food to everyone, regardless of ability to pay.

    He has many years of experience working to deliver quality programs to under-resourced people. His history includes Urban Peak, a nonprofit which addresses youth homelessness, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), a program to advocate for children in foster care, testifying at the Colorado Capitol on behalf of foster children and LGBTQ youth, and being a youth pastor.

    Brad has a Bachelor in Psychology/Criminology from Missouri State University, a Master of Divinity from Denver Seminary, and a graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from University of Colorado Denver, but the most important education he ever receives is when he shuts up and listens to other people’s experiences.

    Brad lives in in Denver with his husband Michael, cats Kiki & Phillip, and step-dog Bandit, where he happily walks, bikes, or busses everywhere.

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