Speaker Bio: Paul Neuman
Paul Neuman is the President of Neuman’s Kitchen, a catering company that prides itself on using the freshest, most beautiful ingredients and transforming them into deliciously inspired cuisine designed to make an emotional connection with event guests. Paul is the fourth generation of his family to be involved in the food business in NYC. His great grandfather, Sandel Lowenthal, was a chef and restaurant owner in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His grandfather Cornelius and father Robert owned and operated the Rosedale Fish Market on the Upper East Side from 1906 until 2003.
For the past ten years Neuman’s Kitchen has been involved with programs that alleviate poverty by providing employment and training services for undeserved adult New Yorkers.Paul currently serves as the chair of the board of HOPE Program, which recently received the 2017 Brooke W. Mahoney Award For Outstanding Board Governance.
He is a past speaker at the Coalition for the Homeless First Step Program, and mentors H.S. students through the Exploring and PENCIL programs. When he’s not working he is busy in Connecticut being an artist.