Usha has worked at TBP for several years in both teaching and production roles and has worked on a variety of product lines for TBP’s major business-to-business (wholesale) accounts. Usha has more than ten years’ experience as a market and manufacturing expert and trainer. Prior to joining TBP, she specialized in fashion design and merchandising. She founded a garment factory, Young WOW Craft, in Nepal, to empower women through microenterprise. She collaborated with the U.N. Development Program to train women and girls in the art of weaving cloth from paper in her factory. Young WOW Craft garments are sold globally with highest sales markets in Japan, South Korea, and Italy. Usha is passionate about sharing her knowledge of baking and her exceptional work ethic.
The “Taste of The Bread Project” reception on October 8 raised over $50,000 thanks to the generosity of many individuals! If you weren’t able to attend, you can still help support our life-changing program for low-income people in need of meaningful employment in the baking and food industry, by clicking the Dough-nate button!
The Bread Project is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Tax ID: 94-3363920. All contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.