CULINARY SCHOOL AFFILIATION: Johnson & Wales University, North Miami, FL
Will Glass, co-owner and co-founder of HotSugarPop LLC, was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. He developed a passion for Culinary Arts in high school and then went on to attend Johnson & Wales University in North Miami, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Culinary Arts. While at Johnson & Wales University, Will immersed himself in a wide variety of school activities, including becoming a member of the Leadership Team, the Special Functions Team and the Collegiate Ambassador Team.
After graduation, Will enlisted in the United States Army Reserve as a Food Service Specialist and was later commissioned as a Food Service Warrant Officer. In 2016, Will graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Masters in Homeland Security, Agricultural Biosecurity and Food Defense and currently serves as the Food Advisor for the 518 Sustainment Brigade in Knightdale, NC.
Will is married to the former Tiffany Templeton and they have three children. Their oldest son Tye has several food allergies and was the influence that resulted in Will and Tiffany creating HotSugarPop. Today, their HotSugarPop branded products can be found in their store, online and many other retail establishments around Fayetteville.
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