Mr. Kill comes to us from The Art Institute of Tennessee-Nashville. He held the position of Assistant Culinary Director. During his 13 years teaching, he has generated student schedules and presented complete lessons, via project-based methodologies, on the fundamentals of culinary and hospitality management at the associate and bachelor’s level. Developed 15 detailed and individualized courses on culinary-based accounting, leadership, and management to combat student problem areas. Evaluated semester courses and student degree audits. Coordinated with various administrators to ensure continuous advancement of culinary technologies in addition to the successful execution of food-related community events. Coached newly hired instructors and faculty members to guarantee top-level skills.
Mr. Kill have established a track record of success in the Hospitality Industry by keenly driving enterprise-wide success and leveraging a collaborative leadership style to accomplish all short- and long-term project and business objectives. An engaging and articulate communicator, he is able to clearly convey complex hospitality, training, and organizational information essential for the proposal of novel solutions that have built consensus with company executives, clients, and key stakeholders. Mr. Kill has been able to promote exceptional across-the-board performance by revitalizing underperforming areas, developing programs to boost and introduce new company services, and capturing new opportunities for growth. His overall history has been reinforced by training high-caliber talent and encouraging professional growth at all levels.