Jacqueline Chio-Lauri is the anthologist and editor, and one of the contributing authors of 2019 Midwest and Eric Hoffer Book Awards winner, The New Filipino Kitchen, an anthology of stories and recipes from around the globe.
Jacqueline has more than eight years’ experience in the food industry. She has opened and managed restaurants at deluxe hotels, such as Shangri-La and Sheraton. While working in Dubai, she was one of the five young women professionals featured in Emirates Woman magazine in a special report, “Why the Future Is Female.”
Jacqueline’s writing has been published in anthologies, such as Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Inner Strength. A short memoir she wrote, “Good for One,” won the short memoir writing competition at WomensMemoirs.com and was published in the anthology Tales of Our Lives: Fork in the Road.
She lives in Manchester, UK, her 7th country of residence.
How Tech Created a Cookbook - The New Filipino Kitchen
Join some of the "The New Filipino Kitchen" authors at General Assembly for some bites and drinks!