Olo, a leading online food ordering solution for the restaurant industry, announced that founder and CEO, Noah Glass, was elected to The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) Board of Trustees.
“As both the Founder & CEO of Olo and the son of a cook, I'm deeply honored to have the opportunity to work with the administration, faculty, and fellow trustees of The Culinary Institute of America to advance both the institution and culinary education in America,” says Mr. Glass.
The CIA’s Board of Trustees is comprised of 25 distinguished leaders in the restaurant industry and business world. These individuals provide guidance and advisory to the college and its administration. They are not compensated for their services.
“Through his work at Olo, Noah Glass was a true pioneer in mobile ordering for restaurants, and revolutionized the way many foodservice companies operate,” says CIA president Dr. Tim Ryan. “His innovative spirit will be a huge asset to our Board of Trustees.”
Noah Glass has been recognized as a leader in the foodservice industry and featured by ABC World News, Advertising Age, CNN, Entrepreneur, Good Morning America, Inc., The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and more. He currently serves on the Board of Share Our Strength, a non-profit focused on ending childhood hunger in the United States.
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