An Army child who moved around frequently, Lenore Musick has lived in Alaska, Texas and North Carolina. She has over 30 years of foodservice experience, and hospitality is her true passion in life. Pursuing this passion, Lenore received her master’s degree in global hospitality management from Georgia State in 2015.
As executive director of dining and sustainability, Lenore puts forth great effort in ensuring the two are cohesive in all aspects. From growing fresh lettuce and herbs in the hydroponic farm, to composting food and recycling all usable items, she supports all sustainable endeavors on Georgia State’s campuses. Seeking ways to give back to the community, Lenore also donates leftover food from the dining halls to local homeless shelters.
While no two days are the same, Lenore’s day to day life involves budget management, conflict resolution, culinary critiques, recruitment and environmental advocacy. She places a large emphasis on ensuring employees are satisfied and prides herself on her “open door” management style. Lenore embraces customer service fully and guarantees that her team understands the true meaning of customer satisfaction. She is devoted to expanding service opportunities wherever possible, leading the charge to provide catering and dining hall services to first responders during the 2019 Super Bowl.
In her free time, Lenore enjoys spending time with her husband, two children and two large dogs.