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There is a lot that can separate us, divide us, create fear within us and among us but there is more power in finding a common core set of values to work from and to make an impact.

My husband and I have a shared belief that there is not much that is better than “Great Food with Great People over Great Conversation”.

Over the last 12 years, with food as a convener, my husband and I have had some of our most honest, inspiring, and/or healing conversations about EVERYTHING including race, culture, community, building wealth, trauma, politics, parenting, marriage, and self-discovery to name a few with people from all over the world.

We have found that despite our differences, when gathered around the table to break bread, hard conversations can be made a little easier.  More importantly, these discussions have fostered the energy, insight, coalitions, and sense of shared humanity needed to tackle some of our biggest challenges and seize opportunities.  Given all that is occurring in our world, we feel led to make a bigger commitment to instigating this kind of productive dialouge.

So, we are inviting you to come “Chat & Chew with the Bells” here.


Over the past several years, I have also gathered big brands, national and foreign leaders, and everyday people from around the world for dinners with a theme of ‘Purpose, not Position’. Creating an open environment with different kinds of people in a space that is safe has allowed varying levels of conversation to take place, voices to be heard, and opinions to be explained. In the end every single person leaves the table having learned something new, with a renewed sense of purpose and perspective and more heart.

I have held these dinners in various cities across the country and in places like: India, Tel Aviv and London. We have had CEOs, activists, artists, elected officials, mothers, sons, daughters, fathers at our tables breaking bread together.

If you are interested in sitting at the table for an open, honest conversation about being driven by ‘Purpose, Not Position’ or being a sponsor for one of our dinners, please click here.

Greatness is not measured by what a man or woman accomplishes, but by the opposition he or she has overcome to reach their goals.

– Dorothy Height