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18 Reasons
100 Strong
Alameda County Fair
B-K Foundation
City Slicker Farms
Connexion @ Jack London Place
The Crucible, Oakland
Eat My Out
Eat Real Fest
Everforward Club
Fair Share CSF
Food Craft Institute
Interaction Institute for Social Change
Intuitive Surgical
Jazz Pharma
Kitchit San Francisco
Makers at the Mint
Mastery for Women
Menlo College
Oakland Zoo
O’Melveney & Meyers LLP
Packard Foundation
Post Mates
Retrofit Republic
Sandia National Laboratories/Lawrence-Livermore Labs
Starr King School for The Ministry
Vegan Soul Sunday
Voice of Witness
Women’s Initiative for Self Employment


“…Ladies let me tell you I am so excited. If you have not done business with Chef Ikeena, please do. She takes her business to another level. She is very knowledgeable about what she does and she is not afraid to educate you. She doesn’t keep it to herself. I am grateful to say I know another African American female who believes in rendering top service.

I can’t wait for my seasonal gift basket to arrive!”

–Randi Shearod, CEO at RCS Financial, LLC, Washington, DC

“Chef Ikeena is my go-to Chef for our Bay Area business networking mixers! She is hard working, reliable, and is ready for business at a moment’s notice. She brings a positive and fun attitude to the event and her food is awesome and very healthy! She takes the time to educate visitors about unique ingredients and health-conscious substitutions as she demonstrates her tasty presentations.

I highly recommend Chef Ikeena for your next special event!”

–Cesar Plata, CEO, Silicon Valley, CA

“Ikeena Reed cooks absolutely delicious, healthful soul food with new, interesting and flavorful twists that remain delightfully faithful to the nourishing and comforting powers of the food. She is knowledgeable about ingredients and nutrition and engaging in her manner. You learn a lot, but never feel lectured at. Ikeena enters into a partnership with her clients that informs and empowers them to take charge of their health through nutrition.”

–Carrie Sealine, Educator & Jewish Cultural Historian, Oakland, CA