“Celebrity” Chef Returns to Serve the Community Where He Was Kicked In the Head And Left To Die 30-Years Ago

Meet “Celebrity Chef” Shad Finney deployed to LA County to feed 300 people including the elderly in the Fourth District where he was kicked in the head 30-years-ago by a street gang and left to die. In that instant, his life was forever changed: he lost his ability to speak for seven years and almost lost…

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Futurist, Award-Winning Social Impact Entrepreneur CEO ZipHomeChef.com | Chair, 10TRAITS.org | Speaker; UN Mentor; Author; Wikipedia

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Alexia Parks

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Futurist, Award-Winning Social Impact Entrepreneur CEO ZipHomeChef.com | Chair, 10TRAITS.org | Speaker; UN Mentor; Author; Wikipedia

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