Owner/Founder of Cali'flour Foods and Cali'Concept Kitchen. Author of Cali'flour Kitchen, a National Bestseller!
23.5 million people suffer from an autoimmune disease.I am one of them. After being diagnosed with Lupus, I realized that I needed to change my habits. However, I felt frustrated that in order to eat healthy, I had to give up all of my favorite foods. It was then that I knew if I was going to... 23.5 million people suffer from an autoimmune disease.I am one of them. After being diagnosed with Lupus, I realized that I needed to change my habits. However, I felt frustrated that in order to eat healthy, I had to give up all of my favorite foods. It was then that I knew if I was going to have long term health and success I would need to make food that is both healthy and enjoyable.I became determined to create tasty foods that don't sacrifice flavor for health. I measured thesuccess of the products by my inflammatory reactions and enjoyment while eating them. I finallycame up with my first product - flavor infused cauliflower pizza crusts that taste as good as they mademy body feel! It was then that Cali'flour Foods was born.We offer award-winning cauliflower based products that allow everyone to enjoy eating their favoritetypes of foods. Because eating healthy should never have to be boring.Learn more here: www.califlourfoods.com
What company does Amy Lacey work for?
Amy Lacey works for Cali'flour Foods
What is Amy Lacey's role at Cali'flour Foods?
Amy Lacey is Founder/Owner
What industry does Amy Lacey work in?
Amy Lacey works in the Food Production industry.
Amy Lacey holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from California State University, Chico. Lacey also has a minor in child development from California State University, Chico. After receiving her degree, Lacey worked as an assistant research scientist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. From there, she worked as a research assistant at the University of Utah before joining the faculty at Utah State University in 2005. During her time at Utah State University, Lacey created a program that focused on adolescent development. After leaving Utah State University, Lacey moved to the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 2007 where she became the assistant professor of psychology. Lacey has also been a research associate at the University of California, Davis since 2016.
💡 Technical & Interpersonal Skills
Amy has worked in many different industries, but she has particular expertise in web development and product management. She has a deep understanding of the web, the user interface, and user experience. She was also the front-matter editor for a book on healthy eating, which she helped write and wrote with her husband, Bobby.Amy is also a highly skilled communicator and has a beautiful delivery style. She is strong at building relationships and she is able to move quickly and bring ideas to a passing consensus. She is also able to lead meetings and manage high-stress projects.Amy has a wealth of experience in product management, product development, and marketing. She has a unique perspective – she sees products from both an invited and uninvited perspective. She has an observational and analytical approach to problem solving, which has resulted in her being a valuable asset to many companies.
Extraversion (E), Intuition (N), Feeling (F), Judging (J)
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