About Jeffrey

Jeffrey J Kingman

Jeffrey brings operational, consulting and managerial experience in brand development, sales, public relations, event and systems ideation/creation, community involvement and the hospitality industry.

His career has spanned the Pacific Northwest, the northern Mountain states and New England, including an chef apprenticeship to internationally competing Chef David Strouts (Portland, OR), hotels (Hyatt Bellevue, Ritz-Carlton Boston and several independents), restaurants ranging from 4-Diamond to multi-units to Mom’n’Pops, a medium-sized architecture firm, the military and strategic brand consulting.

With significant working Executive Chef experience in nine operations and national consulting, Jeff is also active in several community and national groups, including the American Culinary Federation, Share Our Strength, Chefs Collaborative and Social Media Club (PDX).

Jeffrey also writes about food, restaurants and sustainability for blogs and is very passionate about local farmer/local chef relationships.

The son of two generations of IRS senior executives, Jeff’s original college studies were in accounting, but his true passion is food. A military veteran, Jeff apprenticed to an internationally competing chef for three years in Portland, Oregon, and took a two year sabbatical to study architecture and interior design at Boston Architectural School.  Jeff is the proud father of two daughters and now makes his home in Portland, Maine, with some time each year in Oregon.

Always up for an adventure!

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1 thought on “About Jeffrey”

  1. Jeff:
    I saw your posting on the wine and hospitality network and have been perusing your blog and business site.
    I own a small lodging business in Walla Walla and am involved in social media personally (FB and “life in walla walla” blog). The trend in town is growing and I want to get involved in helping small businesses create an online presence.
    I have a marketing background, but lack the technical skills required. I’m also tired of working alone. I have many hospitality contacts in town and wondered if you have any interest in having a conversation to see if we could help each other. I look forward to hearing from you.
    -Sue

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