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Meet the Panelist Kimberly Addison

We have assembled a group of accomplished chocolate makers from around the world to share a panel discussion about the effects of recipe and process on equipment for the next in the Empowering Chocoprenuers webinar series.

As a part of this panel we are proud to include Kimberly Addison, Co- Founder of ‘57 Chocolate, Ghana

 Kimberly

Kimberly is passionate about education, development, and the empowerment of girls and women in Africa. Previously, she worked in international organizations and non-profits focusing on women and education, homelessness and human trafficking.

Kimberly is passionate about education, development, and the empowerment of girls and women in Africa. Previously, she worked in international organizations and non-profits focusing on women and education, homelessness and human trafficking.

 

She fell in love with the possibility of making chocolate after a factory tour in Switzerland where she was living. Intrigued by the fact that Ghana grew the main ingredient in chocolate (cocoa) but produced very little chocolate itself, She decided to embark on an entrepreneurial adventure taking up the challenge of learning to make high quality chocolate from bean to bar, in order to add more value to the cocoa bean, in Ghana her native country.

Her company ‘57 Chocolate is the pioneer bean to bar craft chocolate manufacturer in Ghana producing luxury Ghanaian chocolate locally. Their vision is to drive development and self-sufficiency in Ghana and across the continent of Africa. The mission is to add value to local resources by transforming them into high quality products that celebrate African art and culture.‘57 Chocolate aims to inspire the people of Ghana, especially the youth to create and develop made in Ghana products of high quality.

Kimberly and the rest of the panelist will be using their experience to answer questions like...How do you manage different sweeteners? And how do they affect the process?  

 

Join this esteemed group of panelist Saturday November 7th 10 -12 noon Atlanta time (EST) USA for Process, Recipes, and Equipment - A Panel Discussion  

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