Norfolk, VA – Culinary Institute of Virginia, the School of Culinary Arts at ECPI College of Technology, announces the appointment of Ms. Dorothea Bovani as Director of the Norfolk-based school. Prior to joining Culinary Institute of Virginia, Ms. Bovani was Campus Director of a Lancaster, PA culinary school where she set up the culinary arts program from its inception. In the first 6 years of operation, she helped grow the student base and relocate the program to a larger facility where she oversaw renovation and creation of 5 professional kitchens. Prior to that position, Ms. Bovani was Director of Education for a New York City based culinary school.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Bovani opened a catering business after having enrolled in culinary school. She is the third generation in her family to pursue a career in the culinary industry.
Culinary Institute of Virginia offers students a “hands on” learning environment and flexible program schedules with day or evening/weekend classes. For more information about Culinary Institute of Virginia, visit www.chefva.com.
About ECPI University
ECPI University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, and masters degrees and diploma programs. With campuses in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, ECPI, a private university established in 1966, offers convenient classes during the day, evening, and online; graduate employment services are provided. Continuing education certification classes and testing are also available.
ECPI's fields of study include:
- Cloud Computing (Bachelor's Degree)
- Database Programming (Bachelor's Degree)
- Electronics Engineering (Bachelor's Degree)
- Mechanical Engineering Technology (Bachelor's Degree)
- Mechatronics (Bachelor's Degree)
- Network Security (Bachelor's Degree)
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(Program field availability varies by campus.) For more information, visit http://www.ecpi.edu