New management now oversees GHC’s cafes

The Floyd campus Charger’s cafe is under new managment and Floyd students now work in the cafe. Photo by Kayley Agan

The Floyd campus Charger’s cafe is under new management, and Floyd students now work in the cafe. Photo by Kayley Agan

There is a new manager at the Floyd and Cartersville Campus cafés.

These two campuses are under the same management personnel and have recently gotten a new site director, Chad Welbourn.

Director of Auxiliary Services Jackson Mathews, who manages the contract with Aladdin Food Management Services, said that though the previous manager resigned to pursue another opportunity, this should not cause any major changes.

GHC outsources all its food services to a company called Aladdin Inc., a food management service that has been serving companies and businesses for 40 years.

This company is in charge of hiring and managing people for the food service positions.

According to Jeff Davis, vice president of finance and administration, GHC has partnered with Aladdin Inc. for two and a half years. Aladdin is part of Elior North America. ENA is among the top five contract food service companies in the United States.

This service manages purchasing, facility design, dietetics, human resources, marketing, operations and finance of the café, allowing the college to focus on the education side of things, while Aladdin takes care of all food services.