Today, we are excited to introduce you to Trey Schell (he/him)!
Today, we are excited to introduce you to Trey Schell (he/him)! Trey is the Chef at our Spero House supportive housing program in Kamloops. He has been providing incredible meals to participants for three years as a member of the ASK team!
HOW DID YOU END UP BECOMING A CHEF?
I have been working in Kitchens since I was 12. I started as a dishwasher and made my way up to cook, went to Culinary School, and worked every position until I learned all the skills necessary to become the Head Chef of the kitchen.
WHAT LED YOU TO BE INTERESTED IN WORKING FOR ASK WELLNESS SOCIETY?
I wanted to be a part of this amazing team, I had respect and admiration for what ASK does for the community, and I wanted to do my part, to provide amazing food for the amazing clients.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE PART OF THE JOB?
I would have to say putting a smile on the clients’ faces when I cook their favourite dishes.
WHAT MAKES YOU MOST PROUD ABOUT YOUR ROLE WITHIN ASK?
What makes me proud, is to know we are making a difference daily. We are giving people hope, and helping them with support. They see we care.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO IN YOUR SPARE TIME?
I produce music, go for hikes .
WHAT IS ONE THING YOU JUST CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT?
CAN YOU TELL US A FUN FACT OR SOMETHING FEW PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT YOU?
I used to run an Entertainment Agency and specialized in Tribute artists.
Whether spinning together a tune or crafting an amazing dish – Trey’s got it covered! Thank you, Trey, for all your hard work providing folks with nutritious and delicious meals over the years. We appreciate you and are lucky to have you on the ASK team!
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