Food Services Advisory Committee

The Food Services Advisory Committee is a forum to discuss food service concerns, issues, ideas and suggestions for improvement. The committee's main role is to follow up with the Office of University Food Services and provide suggestions focused on service quality, operations hygiene standards, prices, and variety. The committee also discusses and provides input on issues raised through community feedback or complaints. The committee holds its meetings on a monthly basis.  


The list of members are as follows:

Dina Helmy Touta, executive coordinator, faculty services
Grant Smith, presidential intern, Office of The Vice President for Management and Transformation
Amal Salah, senior director, Office of Student Life

Dr. Khaled Abdel Halim, faculty representative
Youssef Abdel Kader, representative, student union
Nada Samy, representative, student union
Maissa Ragab, director, Office of Residential Life
Dr. Mohamed Amin, director, Office of Medical Services
Emad Farid, representative, parents association board
Robert George Reasso, director, Office of Athletics
Ayman Abd Elhafiz Shams, food safety auditor, Office of University Food Services
Noha Shafik, food safety supervisor II, Office of University Food Services
Sahar Kamal, associate director, Office of University Food Services
Wafaa Sadek Amin, senior director, Office of University Food Services; chair, food services advisory committee


Food Services Advisory Committee News Update (October 2018)

  1. The first food committee meeting started off with new members introducing themselves and recapping the year

  2. Discussed what issues must be tackled in the upcoming year

  3. Talked about the new feedback form system for all university stakeholders to use

Food Services Advisory Committee News Update (November 2018)

In a special committee meeting, the committee members discussed the food services policy terms and conditions.

The Student Union conducted a survey with a focus on new services.  The feedback was largely positive, and students comments were all highlighted.

Additionally, the Food Services Advisory Committee is working with the SU to find a solution to the recent cat matter that complies with Egyptian law.