As of May 1, 2017

Highlighted = Still confirming






October 2017 (with MOWA) Catherine Jacobsen The Transformation of Healthcare
Leading in a Time of Disruption and Uncertainty
President and CEO, Froedtert Health
August 2017 Justice Annette Ziegler The “Behind the Scenes” at the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Women in Politics and in Law, and her personal journey.

Justice Annette Kingsland Ziegler was elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2007.  She is the 80th justice and the sixth woman to serve on the state’s highest court since Wisconsin became a state in 1848.

Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Justice Ziegler received her bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Business Administration from Hope College in Holland, Michigan in 1986.  She earned her law degree from Marquette University in 1989. Justice Ziegler received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Hope College in April, 2014.

Upon graduation from law school, Justice Ziegler was in private practice where she engaged in civil litigation.  She also served as a pro bono special assistant district attorney in Milwaukee County in 1992 and 1996. Immediately prior to serving as a circuit court judge, she was an assistant United States attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.

Before joining the Supreme Court, Justice Ziegler served as a Washington County Circuit Court judge. She was appointed to the bench in 1997, elected in 1998, and reelected in 2004. She was the first female jurist in Washington County.  As a circuit court judge, she was the deputy chief judge for the Third Judicial District and served six years as the presiding judge of Washington County.  In 1999, Justice Ziegler sat as a Court of Appeals judge in the District II Court of Appeals Judicial Exchange Program. 

Justice Ziegler is Chair of the Judicial Education Committee and is Court Liaison to the Board of Bar Examiners. She is a commissioner on the Commission on Uniform State Laws. Justice Ziegler also currently serves on the Marquette University Law School Advisory Board and is a member of the Wisconsin Judicial Council and the State Bar of Wisconsin Bench and Bar Committee. She is a member of the American Bar Association, a fellow of the American Bar Foundation, and an elected member of the American Law Institute. Justice Ziegler is also a member of the International Women's Forum.

Justice Ziegler served on the Governor's Juvenile Justice Commission from 2011 to 2016. She has also been a member of a number of law-related organizations including Legal Association of Women and James E. Doyle Chapter of the American Inns of Court. Justice Ziegler has been a faculty member at the Wisconsin Judicial College, has served as faculty at a number of seminars, and previously was appointed to the Personnel Appeals Board.   

Justice Ziegler is also active in her community, volunteering for numerous charitable and social welfare organizations as a board member and committee chair. Justice Ziegler is currently president of the Trustee Board for the Boys and Girls Club of Washington County.

Justice Ziegler is married and has three children.  Her current term expires July 31, 2027.

June 2017

Yollande Deacon

 Yollande Deacon's Journey from the farmland of Cameroon to Corporate America: Trials, tribulations, triumphs!


Yollande Tchouapi Deacon is a native of Bantu from the Bamileke tribe of Cameroon in West Africa. She is a wife and mother. She is also a self-described dreamer, idealist and food lover, whose life and work is fueled by the cuisine of her ancestors. Cookbook author, public speaker, Yollande was inducted in 2016 as the Queen Mother of her tribe in Cameroon where she rules matters of land, family and government. She is Milwaukee Business Journal Top 40 influential leaders class of 2017.




Yollande was raised in a family of restaurateurs in a community where meals were not only a source for nourishment, but a means for bonding and social activity. And her upbringing instilled an enduring appreciation for community, a desire to care for others, and a strong sense of cultural identity and pride.




Yollande’s journey to Milwaukee began at Marquette University, where she completed her master’s degree in business. Once in the Cream City, Yollande married into a Jamaican family, whose traditional roots touched and intermingled with her own. The experience fueled her ongoing desire to share an honest and authentic view of both African and Jamaican cultures with a wider audience.


She found her voice through two distinct brands: Afro Fusion Cuisine and her restaurant Irie Zulu. Both are rooted in African tradition with an aim to assist consumers in rediscovering the simple joys of cooking natural, flavorful and healthy meals together. The brands showcase the versatility, uniqueness, heritage, beauty and treasures of tribal Africa through the eyes of a well-traveled native African who now calls Milwaukee home.



May 2017

Sara Walker

Economic Capital Markets: Update, Outlook and Hot Tips

Sara Walker serves as a Senior Vice President and Chief Economist with Associated Wealth Management, the $8 billion money management arm of Associated Bank. A Chartered Financial Analyst, Walker has more than 25 years of experience constructing and managing investment portfolios for individuals, corporations and nonprofit organizations. She also leads a team of portfolio managers for Associated. In her highly visible role as Associated's chief economist, Walker addresses shareholders at the company's annual meetings, is a speaker at client engagements across Associated's three-state footprint and is widely quoted as an expert in the media. Walker received her MBA degree from UW-Milwaukee and her bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin - Parkside with a double major in finance and economics. Walker currently serves on the Boards of Directors of TEMPO Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Public Museum, Make-A-Difference-Wisconsin and the CFA Society of Milwaukee. She is co-chair of TEMPO Milwaukee’s 2016 and 2017 Mentor Awards Luncheon. Walker is also a 2016 Milwaukee Business Journal Women of Influence recipient - Mentor category. A longtime Milwaukee resident, Walker volunteers in her Brady Street neighborhood and coordinates a monthly meal program through her church. Walker is based at Associated's Milwaukee Center office in downtown Milwaukee

April 2017

Pat Strachota

Women In Elected Positions. If not you, then who?

Come be inspired by our former 58th District State Legislature rep; the 1st Women to serve as the Majority Leader in the State of WI.

March 2017

Katherine Gehl

Political Innovation in Business

Partnering with The Women’s Forum of Wisconsin at the Museum of Wisconsin Art. http://wisconsinart.org/events/wisconsin-womens-forum.aspx


February 2017

Lisa Berman

Travel Light … Let Everyone Else’s Baggage Go.

Lisa will talk about negative and positive ways of handling your energy


January 2017

Tiffany Larson


Tiffany is Personal Trainer, Pilates Instructor, and Occupational Therapist. She strives to inspire individuals to embrace healthful living across their lifespan. With a degree in Psychology and a Graduate degree in Health Sciences, Tiffany recognizes that the physical and emotional well-being is profoundly influenced by individual daily habits and choices.  In addition to teaching fitness classes, Tiffany, is a small business owner and is a member of the West Bend School Board. Join us as Tiffany speaks to us about healthy habits.


December 2016



TEMPO Holiday Social at Café Soeurette

November 2016

Mary Ellen Stanek

Managing Director
Director of Asset Management

President of Baird Funds,

Robert W. Baird

“Woman at the Top: Navigating Life and Work to Cultivate Executive Leadership Skills and Achieve Your True Potential.”

Mary Ellen Stanek, CFA, has over 37 years of investment management experience. She currently serves as Managing Director and Director of Asset Management for Robert W. Baird & Co. and Chief Investment Officer of Baird Advisors responsible for over $40 Billion in Assets under Management. Additionally she serves as President of the Baird Funds.   Previously she had served as President and CEO of Firstar Investment Research & Management Company.

Mary Ellen is a member of The CFA Institute, the CFA Society of Milwaukee, the Greater Milwaukee Committee (past Chair), Milwaukee 7 (past Co-Chair), Tempo (past President), and Professional Dimensions.   (more bio information available on request)

October 2016

Cynthia LaConte, CEO Dohmen Company and President, Dohmen Company Foundation



With a vision of creating a more efficient, effective and easy to use health experience by more closely connecting drug and device companies with patients they serve, Cynthia has transformed Dohmen from a regional pharmaceutical wholesaler to a family of companies, including Dohmen Life Sciences Services, a nationally recognized BPO (business process outsourcer) and Red Arrow Labs, a software provider for the life science industry. Since stepping into the role of CEO in 2009, Cynthia has grown Dohmen to more than 1000 employees, working from over one million square-feet of space located in seven states.

September 2016

Amanda Wisth, MPH, CHES

Public Health Educator

Washington – Ozaukee Public Health Department


“Well Washington County: Making an Economic and Measurable Impact on the Health Needs of Washington County”


Public Health Educator

Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department

November 2015 – Present (1 year)


Wellness/AODA Educator

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater

July 2012 – October 2015 (3 years 4 months)Whitewater, WI

1) Develop, coordinate, implement, evaluate wellness programs to support student learning and academic success.
2) Develop media and marketing materials for events and programs.
3) Coordinate Worksite Wellness program.
3) Manage Wellness Peer Educator program.
4) Chair Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition.

August 2016

Dorothy Krupa

“Tips on What it Takes to Become a Successful Female Business Leader/Executive Today.”


Dorothy Krupa started her work career as an auditor for Ernst & Ernst in 1969. She ended her work career with North Shore bank. During 34 years of service with North Shore Bank, she held positions of controller, Vice President of Information Systems and Vice President of Internet Banking. Dorothy has held the position of President in the following organizations: New Berlin School Board, YWCA of Waukesha, Tempo International, Tempo International Foundation, Gold Medal Investment club, and Rotary club- Amigos de Milwaukee. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from the Wisconsin State University of Eau Claire.

July 2016




No Meeting

June 2016

Dr. Phyllis King, Vice Provost, UW-Milwaukee

Past Chair, Milwaukee Women, Inc.

“Why Women Matter – Changing the Face and Quality of Leadership in Wisconsin.”


Dr. King is the Vice Provost at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She oversees strategic, academic and budgetary planning and decision-making for a campus serving almost 28,000 students. Dr. King is a full professor in the College of Health Sciences, having served as Chair of the Department of Occupational Science and Technology and the Associate Dean for the College of Health Sciences.   Dr. King is a community leader serving in director, president and chair positions in local, state and national boards of organizations addressing issues related to women and children, public education, city government, and health care. She recently served a two-year term as Chair of Milwaukee Women inc. She is the recipient of the university Distinguished Public Service Award, and the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Women of Influence Award.

May 2016

Stacy Scherzer, Physical Therapist and Business Owner


“Dynamic Workstation Wellness. How to move more while still getting your work done!”


Stacy Scherzer is a physical therapist with her own local business, specializing in working with clients in one on one sessions, group classes, or corporate wellness, using different movement modalities and hands on care. Goals may be reducing pain, or improving mobility, function and overall wellness through Natural Movement Solutions. She is able to bring workshops or group classes to your group, either at your place of business or a fitness/wellness facility in the West Bend or greater metro Milwaukee area. Stacy is beginning to work with corporate wellness programs, helping employees begin using "Dynamic Workstations" in their office- using strategies to move more, move better and gain greater body awareness throughout the work day, which can improve both productivity and health/wellness goals. Much time is spent addressing and stripping away old habits, sometimes addressing chronic pain concerns, and then learning new motor programs to restore balance in the body/mind. Stacy believes in changing our focus and lifestyles away from the current paradigm of mostly sedentary behavior with short intense bouts of exercise. Instead, emphasizing mindful, frequent lower intensity bouts of “movement nutrition” all day long can help optimize cellular health throughout the body.

April 2016

Mary Paul, President

Mary Paul LLC

Consultant & Author

“Transitioning Into Retirement, Rediscovering Your True Identity.”

Most of the retirement books are dedicated to two topics, financial planning or post retirement activities. However, both these topics ignore the emotional and psychological impact that retirement has on many people, especially those who identified themselves as career women. When Mary retired, she wanted to write about the emotions and the psychological impact of her retirement journey. Even if you are not ready to retire, you may have a friend or family member that may be facing the challenges of retirement in their future. Mary Paul has over 25 years of experience in team effectiveness, individual development and leadership training. Over the course of her career, she worked for two famous Fortune 500 companies with iconic brands. Even though Mary retired from her corporate career, she is the President of Mary Paul LLC, a consulting firm where she uses her experience to develop and coach individuals and leadership teams to increase both personal productivity and build trusting relationships that drive positive business results. In addition to this book, Mary has co-authored four books with her colleagues in the Professional Woman Network Organization. Mary lives with her husband, Patrick in Southeastern Wisconsin where she fully enjoys her retirement lifestyle which now includes time with her family, hobbies, volunteering in the community and her consulting work.


March 2016

Kimberly Stapelfeldt, Chief Clinical Services Officer, Aurora Health Care

“Women & Healthcare…A Local & National Focus”

Kimberly is the Chief Clinical Services officer and a member of the senior executive team for a community based hospital within the Aurora Health Care system in Wisconsin. Currently, she has responsibility for rehabilitation services, radiology, respiratory therapy, lab, pharmacy, environmental services, food services, patient access, spiritual care, volunteer services, loss prevention, information technology, telecommunications, distribution services and health information services. Kimberly has been widely recognized for her efforts in leading multiple teams dedicated to building an engaged workforce, improved patient satisfaction and growth of clinic and hospital services. As a Lean expert and other training in quality control methods, Kimberly has proven to be an excellent agent of change and has a track record of operational efficiencies including improved workflows and revenue.

Stapelfeldt is actively involved in various civic and professional committees including the American College of Healthcare Executives, Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development, YMCA, Family Center of Washington County, Economic Development of Washington County, and on the board of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Washington County.


February 2016

Rebekah Wolff

Emerging Business Professional & 2016 TEMPO Future Leader Scholarship Winner


“Living Your Best Life through Courage, Determination, and Strength”

Rebekah Wolff has been an inspiration to many of all ages on her journey to living HER Best Life through Courage, Determination, and Strength!  Overcoming seemingly insurmountable odds as an orphaned child, accident victim, and a breast cancer survivor at age 27, Rebekah’s story is truly an inspiration for us all.  Now in her 30’s, Rebekah is pursuing a Master’s degree through Concordia University to become a Licensed Professional Counselor to help guide and empower today’s most at-risk youth, and those diagnosed with cancer.  She describes living through her faith and personal beliefs as the basis for her remarkable journey.  In addition to working in the Brookfield school district, Rebekah has been a featured speaker and writer, is a caring wife to husband John, and devoted mother of an 8 year old girl, Angelina.  Rebekah is also the TEMPO Future Leader Scholarship Winner, and believes that “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” (Quote by Eleanor Roosevelt).     

January 2016


Kevin Muhs

Principal Transportation Planner, Southeast Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission

“VISION 2050: a Glimpse at the Region’s Development Future”

Kevin Muhs is a Principal Transportation Planner and Engineer for ther Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, Kevin works primarily on regional transit planning, including providing technical support to transit operators and developing and writing short-range transit plans for counties and communities. He is also heavily involved in the Commission’s VISION 205o effort, which will result in a New Year 2050 regional land use and transportation system plan. Before joining the staff of the Regional Planning Commission, Kevin worked in the London Rail division of Transport for London, and studied transportation planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kevin cares passionately about the success of Milwaukee and the surrounding region, and believes that a balanced transportation system is vital to the future of Southeast Wisconsin.

December 2015




TEMPO Holiday Social at Café Soeurette

November 2015

Carol Robinson

Chief Financial Officer, Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast

No formal program due to few guests at the luncheon.


(“Status of Girls” program to be rescheduled)

Carol Robinson, CPA, currently serves as CFO for Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast ("GSWISE"). There she oversees the finance, human resources, information technology, business services, and property departments. She started her experience at GSWISE in October, 2009. In 2013, she was awarded CFO of the Year by the Milwaukee Business Journal. For five months in 2012, Carol also acted as Interim CEO for GSWISE. Carol is the staff liaison for the board’s audit and finance committees. Prior to GSWISE, Carol was CFO for the Wisconsin Credit Union League starting in December 2007. Previous experience includes eight years at Families International, four years at Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin and four years in public accounting at what is now Baker Tilly. Her 20 years of financial management experience with various not-for-profit organizations included coordinating services of five inter-related organizations, multi-million-dollar federal grant oversight, mergers, start-ups, and dissolutions of subsidiary not-for-profit organizations, along with cash flow management, financial analysis and scenario planning for property usage and development. Carol is also Treasurer for BoardStar and is chair of the Village of Richfield's Board of Review. Previously, she has served as Treasurer for The Women's Fund of Greater Milwaukee. She graduated from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a BBA in Accounting and is a member of the AICPA, Beta Gamma Sigma, and TEMPO of Washington County. Her camp name is “Eagle Eye”.

October 2015

Bradley Creighton

Outreach Program Coordinator, Friends of Abused Families, Inc.


“Domestic Violence Awareness”

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month.  Learn about what is domestic violence, statistics around need and local services available to help.

Bradley is the Outreach Program Coordinator for Friends of Abused Families.   Brad has been educating youth and adults on Domestic and Sexual violence for the past 5 years, and has a desire to see all relationships be healthy relationships. Brad gives presentations to schools, agencies, and organizations throughout Washington County.
History of Friends of Abused Families
Friends of Abused Families is the sole provider of domestic and sexual violence services in Washington County.   Friends of Abused Families empowers and provides safety to those affected by violence through support services and prevention education.
Friends of Abused Families empowers and provides safety to those affected by domestic and sexual violence through support services and prevention education in Washington County. Friends of Abused Families provides those it serves with the means to live a violence free future.   Friends of Abused Families, Inc. (FRIENDS) originally named Friends for Battered Women is the sole provider of shelter and support services for individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault in Washington County. FRIENDS programming began in 1978 with a 24-hour crisis line and volunteers who provided short-term shelter for women and children in crisis.

September 2015

Angela Rester

Executive Director, Wellspring Education Center & Organic Farm


“Relationship Between Food & Your Emotional & Physical Well-Being”

This month’s program, onsite at Wellspring Education Center & Organic Farm, will offer a fun and engaging facilitated conversation to help you decipher what's out there in information related to your food.  

(Optional tour will be provided after program.)

About Us
Wellspring is a nonprofit education and retreat center and organic farm whose mission is to inspire and teach people to grow, prepare and eat healthy food. In so doing, we transform food systems and build community. Programs in wellness education, ecology and gardening, the arts and personal growth have been offered to the public since 1982.
History of Wellspring
Wellspring was founded on March 1, 1982 by Mary Ann Ihm. As an educator, Mary Ann sought to create a holistic learning environment, one that would help people live in harmony with themselves and the earth. The first Board of Directors met in April, 1983. Programs were held in Milwaukee. In 1987 the country location was found and in spring of 1988 Wellspring moved to Newburg, WI and began a CSA, the longest running CSA in Wisconsin.

August 2015



No Meeting


July 2015




No Meeting

June 2015

Christa Williams

Executive Director

Sophia Foundation Fond du Lac


“Servant Leadership: 

The Work of How We Are and What We Do”


This session will be an interactive learning experience to explore the topic of Servant Leadership, and get (re)connected to the integration between Doing and Being.

Christa earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from UW-Oshkosh and is currently enrolled in the Masters of Servant Leadership Program at Viterbo University. She has more than 25 years of leadership experience in corporate, non-profit and educational settings. Christa has received additional training in the areas of servant leadership, compassionate listening and community programming. Her work with the Sophia Foundation has led her to be an educator where she is creating and facilitating many community learning programs that “engage the community and ignite its potential.” Christa lives outside of Fond du Lac with her husband and two daughters. She is an active community volunteer and currently serves on the FDL Rotary board, Verve credit union board and on various committees at Winnebago Lutheran Academy.


May 2015

Chris Schindler

Organization Development and Learning Manager,

Human Resources,

West Bend Mutual Insurance Company


“Emotional intelligence… A Secret to Your Success”


Chris Schindler, currently Organization Development & Learning Manager at West Bend Mutual Insurance Company, has fifteen plus years experience passionately leading positive change in organizations. Her experiences creating, implementing, leading and inspiring Learning & Development, Talent Management, and Organization Development initiatives have crossed functions, levels, geographies, cultures and industries. Ms. Schindler’s specialty includes influencing, partnering, and collaborating to gain alignment and support of key initiatives. Ms. Schindler’s formal educational background includes a Bachelors and Masters - Fine Arts and Masters in Science – Organization Psychology and Development. Early on, she was active as a college art instructor and in the artist community producing and showing her drawings. Using her creativity, vision, and love for helping others succeed, she evolved into the professional world working for companies such as Robert W. Baird, Joy Global Inc., Johnson Controls and currently West Bend Mutual Insurance in various industries including benefits, manufacturing, financial services and insurance.

April 2015

Christian Tscheschlok, Executive Director & Julie Gabelmann, Business Services Director

Economic Development Washington County

“The Prominent Role of Women Leaders Driving Economic Development, Community Prosperity, and Workforce Sustainability”

About Our Speakers: Christian G. Tscheschlok, CEcD is a Certified Economic Developer with over 18 years of urban and rural economic development and redevelopment experience. In addition to his role as Executive Director at EDWC, Christian currently serves as the President of the Wisconsin Economic Development Association Board (WEDA).

Julie Gabelmann joined EDWC in January 2015 as Business Services Director and leads the new Workforce initiative which brokers resources and solutions tailored to the unique needs of Washington County businesses. Prior to joining EDWC, Julie was the COO at American Society for Quality (ASQ), and division president at Fiserv.

About EDWC: Economic Development Washington County is a 501c4, non-profit organization that works with private and public decision-makers seeking the data/intelligence, funds, and network tools necessary to grow business in Washington County. The Mission of EDWC is to fuel growth businesses and industries for the creation of quality jobs and economic prosperity countywide.

March 2015

Joel Voisen, Club Manager, West Bend Country Club

“Celebrate the Magic of Spring!”

As we return to the West Bend Country Club for our monthly luncheons, let’s celebrate the Magic of Spring with our host and guest speaker. Learn how Joel and his team have brought a fresh perspective and innovative approach to the Club and membership experience. Come to enjoy the dining experience and natural beauty of one of Washington Counties’ finest natural landmarks.

February 2015

Sue Millin, Executive Director, Volunteer Center of Washington County

“BE THE CHANGE! Making a Difference in Your Community”


January 2015

Judy Steffes – the BiKe WriTer

“Both Bike and Pen Raise Awareness for Alzheimer’s”

Judy Steffes is a local freelance journalist with a passion for the West Bend community and a love of bicycling. Learn about how she takes her bike and pen to the road around the world to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s. Judy has more than 25 years of experience in radio, newspaper, television and social media. On the national front she worked for ESPN covering the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee Brewers, and UW-Wisconsin Badgers football and basketball.   An award-winning journalist, Judy has been recognized by the Associated Press, Wisconsin Broadcast Association and the Milwaukee Press Club for here high-profile interviews including one-on-one conversations with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, NBA great Julius Erving and Michael Jordan, MLB’s Henry (Hank) Aaron and Mark McGwire, NFL’s Reggie White and Brett Favre, and Cardinal Timothy J. Dolan.     Judy has volunteered with many organization and raised over $70K bicycling to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s activities at Cedar Community.

December 2015



TEMPO Holiday Social at Café Soeurette

November 2014

?? Steve Jaberg, CEO, Cedar Community


Aging Population, Memory Care-Alzheimer’s, The New Cottages at Cedar Community


October 2014

Meg Kissinger, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

“After Decades of Investigative Reporting… The Inside Story About Our Failed Mental Health System”

Margaret (Meg) Kissinger has been a reporter at the Milwaukee Journal Sentienel for 31 years. Meg has won numerous awards becoming a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting, and also honored with the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Imminent Danger, a story about the flaws in our nation’s mental health laws.   Twice awarded the George Polk Award for investigative reporting, and then the American Bar Association’s Silver Gavel Award, Meg has an amazing story to tell that is guaranteed to challenge all who listen.

September 2014

Karen Vernal, President & CEO, Vernal Management Consultants LLC

“Redefine Your Success and Thrive -   A Call to Action for Women Leaders in the Workplace”

Karen Vernal was named by Milwaukee Biz Journal as one of Milwaukee’s Most Influential Women and the recipient of numerous citations for work she’s done with Harley Davidson, RW Baird, The Green Bay Packers and many other organizations. Karen’s firm, Vernal Management Consultants specializes in Executive Leadership coaching and professional development at all levels.

August 2014

Jodi Janissse-Kanzenbach

Chef/Owner, Café Soeurette

“Farm to Table”