Today is the final day of our Women’s History Month series! We have featured on our social media some amazing women representing the local food & beverage industry every day throughout the month of March.
It has been an enjoyable and fulfilling experience to feature so many local women in our industry. We appreciate all the wonderful comments and feedback we’ve received throughout the month, and are feeling proud to have such a strong female representation in local hospitality community.
Today, we proudly close out the series by featuring the strong, smart and engaged women of the Wine & Food Foundation Board of Directors! We are proud to report that our Board is comprised of 47% women and growing!
Our female Directors are listed below. And don’t forget to check out our social media channels for ALL the strong, groundbreaking women we have featured for Women’s History Month.
Click the arrow below their names to learn more about these outstanding women.
Moxy is a Certified Sommelier, a member of the Italian Sommelier Association, holds a WSET II Certificate with distinction and is an Italian Wine Professional with Honors. She earned a Master's Degree in Fine Food and Beverage Business in Milan, Italy and worked with Slowfood University while she was abroad.
Paup has 15 years of state government experience, including having served as the deputy division chief of intergovernmental relations and former special assistant for policy and research for the Office of the Attorney General. In addition to serving on the WFF Board of Directors, Brook is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Symphony League, and Doss PTA. She lives in Austin with her husband, Spivey, and their two children, Henry and Heidi."
In addition to the WFF Board, Amber currently holds officer positions with the Texas Association of Manufacturers and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association Task Force in Texas.
An active enthusiast involved in skiing running, water sports and sand volleyball, she spends much of her spare time traveling to new spots around the world and US in search of the best sunset photo, glass of wine, and grilled octopus.