Gina Keatley is a philanthropist, humanitarian and award-winning chef and nutritionist. Gina has established herself in the culinary world by having both a professional and educational background. Gina holds a B.S. in Nutrition/Food Studies degree from New York University and holds a degree in Restaurant Management/Culinary Arts from the Art Institute of New York City. Her professional experience spans the food world; she has worked in hunger management as the founder of her own community food program, as a culinary consultant, food writer and fine dining professional.

Gina has been featured on such programs as the Dr. Oz Show, ABC Channel 7 New York City, as well as radio and print. Gina has been recognized The Women Chefs and Restaurateurs, American Culinary Federation as well as The James Beard Foundation for humanitarian and culinary our skills. You can often find Gina performing culinary demonstrations at such events as the American Diabetes Expo, as well as local community events.  Gina holds a seat on the task force board of Diabetes Impact, Mount Sinai Hospital and believes that through community support we will be able to combat childhood diabetes and obesity.

Gina is recognized for her work by:

The James Beard Foundation
American Culinary Federation
Women’s Chef and Restaurateur
International Association of Culinary Professionals
American Diabetes Association