Richard Webb

  • Richard Webb has seved at the El Paso Community College for over 15 years. He began his career as a part time instructor in Continuing Education for Culinary Arts, as a full time instructor, he served as the Program Coordinator for Culinary Arts and developed the state of the art facility in which the culinary Arts program now resides. He also served on various community comittees to include el Paso County Helath Department, Emergency Response Committee (Hurrican Katrina), and worked as the President of the El PAso chapter of the American Culiinary Federation (severak terms). During this time, he was also actively involved in a variety of college committees. Mr. Wevv graduated from Kaplan Universitty with a vaccalureate in Business Managment and from Webster University with a Masters of Business Addministration. He has been recognized with several awards and holds the title of Certified Culinary Educator. Richard Webb has served at the El Paso Community College for over 15 years. He began his career as a part time instructor in Continuing Education for Culinary Arts, as a full time instructor, he served as the Program Coordinator for Culinary Arts and developed the state of the art facility in which the culinary Arts program now resides. He also served on various community committees to include el Paso County Heath Department, Emergency Response Committee (Hurricane Katrina), and worked as the President of the El Paso chapter of the American Culinary Federation (several terms). During this time, he was also actively involved in a variety of college committees. Mr. Webb graduated from Kaplan University with a baccalaureate in Business Management and from Webster University with a Masters of Business Administration. He has been recognized with several awards and holds the title of Certified Culinary Educator.