CEOs coming together to raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Queensland community

2018 Competing CEOs

John Lazarou

The Coffee Club

Steve Scanlan

Recon Technologies

Cassandra Heilbronn


Kristin Devitt


James Henderson

HLB Mann Judd

Dr Paul Wilson

General Manger TAFE Brisbane

Sean Ryan CEO Kitchen

Sean Ryan

New Breed Co

Ahmed Sokarno 


TAFE Queensland

CEO Cooking Sessions

We know that CEOs are very busy people. Therefore, each CEO will have optional sessions to whip up a culinary storm at South Bank TAFE College. The sessions will be filmed and added to the CEO Kitchen landing page under each CEO Kitchen Chef’s profile, and available to be shared on social media platforms. In addition the cooking sessions will also showcased at the Awards Celebration Party.

TAFE Commercial Cookery School

South Bank TAFE college will supply up to three trainee chefs to assist each CEO Kitchen Chef’scooking performance. CEO Kitchen Chefs can also cook in partnership. If CEO Kitchen Chefs partner with another CEO Kitchen Chef, fundraising results will be halved to be eligible for the CEO “Head Chef” Award.

Celebration Award After-Party

Tickets: $65 pp + GST

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Thursday 5 April, 2018

66 Earnest Street, South Bank TAFE Campus

The challenge experience will conclude with a Celebration Awards Party, Thursday 5 April, 2018. A chance to gather your work colleagues, families and friends and join Cystic Fibrosis Queensland as we celebrate the CEO Kitchen Chefs achievements.

Competition Judges

Josue Lopez

Josue Lopez

Executive Chef

Emporium Hotels

Javier Codina

Javier Codina

Chef de Cuisine

Moda Restaurant

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About Cystic Fibrosis Queensland

Cystic fibrosis is a degenerative condition that affects the lungs and digestive system.

Just to survive, people living with cystic fibrosis endure a regimen of medication and physiotherapy.

There is no cure.

Contact CFQ
For more information about this amazing media and marketing opportunity contact our Business Development and Marketing Manager Roz Fenson.