From Pittsburgh to Haiti: Cooking with Chef ClaudyMay 20, 2020 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
A virtual cooking class and interactive conversation with Pittsburgh’s very own Chef Claudy Pierre. This event is free and open to all.
In honor of Haitian Heritage Month, the Council and PUMP are hosting a virtual cooking class and interactive conversation with Pittsburgh’s very own Chef Claudy Pierre! Join us from the comfort of your kitchen to cook a delicious Haitian dish alongside Chef Claudy and learn about his efforts to give back to the community — from mentoring kids to addressing food security and nutrition. There will also be an opportunity to win special giveaways, so you don’t want to miss this event!
The Zoom link will be sent after registration. We will also be live streaming the event via our Facebook page. Click Here to download the recipe and list of ingredients to cook along with Chef Claudy!
If you are able, please consider donating what you can to either of our organizations so that we can continue to offer virtual programming. Please click here to donate to the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh, click here to donate to PUMP, and/or click here to donate to Chef Claudy’s nonprofit, Eat Initiative.
Building Back Better
Cooking with Chef Claudy is the first in a series of new virtual events launching this month framed around the Build Back Better (BBB) agenda. Our goal is for our public programs to be a platform for diverse audiences and speakers to come together and build stronger, more resilient connections that transcend all communities so that as we move forward, we will be stronger together. To focus our programming on supporting stronger communities, the Council will focus on the following four thematic areas for all public program offerings: Learning Hour, PGH Ingenuity, Community Gathering, and World Recess.
About Chef Claudy Pierre
In a Haitian-American household in Brooklyn, cooking became Chef Claudy’s escape as he helped his grandmother create meals for their large family. After graduating high school, Claudy moved to Pittsburgh, PA to pursue culinary arts. Amidst the COVID-19 world pandemic, Chef Claudy launched the Third Meal Project, which is a weekly meal delivery program that provides dinner, groceries, and snacks to families and elders in need. Learn more about Chef Claudy and his nonprofit the Eat Initiative.
About the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
The World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh’s mission is to provide a pathway for a more globally minded region, offering students and the community a learning space that covers key international issues.
PUMP’s mission is to make Pittsburgh the most dynamic and diverse place by engaging, educating, and mobilizing all young people to create change in our community. Each year, we serve nearly 30,000 individuals, primarily under the age of 40, through our programming.