8 Questions with Legendary Chef Jérôme Bocuse
The executive vice president of the board of directors at ment’or talks about how guiding young chefs is crucial to the future of this industry.
Mentorship is an essential part of any successful career, but especially for young chefs. This is why Chef Jérôme Bocuse, son of the famed Paul Bocuse, the founder of the Bocuse d’Or global culinary competition, serves as executive vice president of the board of directors at ment’or. A firm believer in the importance of mentorship, Chef Bocuse works to provide education, connections, and leadership to young American chefs.
What does being a mentor mean to you?