On the menu for dinner tonight at Bruin Plate at UCLA is a kale hummus, winter greens, and red quinoa flat bread. This is just another typical day at UCLA- dining colorfully, and enjoying vibrant, delicious and well-balanced meals.
How does UCLA serve gourmet meals everyday to its residents living on campus? Pete Angelis, the Assistant Vice Chancellor of UCLA Housing and Hospitality will tell you its all made possible through the care for and from his remarkable team. Keep listening to find out how UCLA has earned its No. 1 spot in the “2021 Best College Food in America” rankings for four years in a row.
Pete Angelis is Assistant Vice Chancellor of UCLA Housing & Hospitality Services (H&HS) and has served in his current position since 2007. In his current capacity at UCLA, he oversees a service driven auxiliary enterprise that generates over $350M in annual revenues and employs approximately 3000 team members. The H&HS operation houses more than 18,000 students, faculty and staff and serves roughly 32,000 meals daily. The hospitality division of H&HS includes the 4 star Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center, UCLA Guest House and Lake Arrowhead Conference Center & Bruinwoods Resort. Prior to his appointment as Assistant Vice Chancellor, Pete worked in the hospitality industry for more than 20 years with industry leaders working with industry leaders such as Hyatt Corporation and Hilton Worldwide Hotels. Pete received his B.A. in Economics at the University of California, Berkeley and completed the Executive Program at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.