• Tasty Catering’s Ellen Harte Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

    POSTED June 10, 2013

Tasty Catering announced Directory of Key Accounts and Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP), Ellen Harte, recently received the NACE ISES Chicago Excellence (NICE) Life time Achievement Award for her 18 plus years of work and service in the catering industry.

"The NICE Lifetime Achievement is the highest honor one can receive, and no one is more deserving of this award than Ellen Harte," said Tom Walter, CEO of Tasty Catering.

Ellen has been with Tasty Catering since 1995 and oversees the company’s larger, high-volume clients. She continues to drive company growth by expanding markets, utilizing event planning solutions that positively impact customer satisfaction, employee morale, and bottom line results.

"I’m honored and humbled," said Harte. "I’m where I am today based on a vision Tom Walter had 18 years ago, and with the help of those who have been my mentors and confidantes in the industry. I could not have gotten here without the help of my peers, colleagues, clients, family, and the talented team at Tasty Catering."

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