Jason Soloway is a former vice president at The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies. He managed grants focused on the environment, education, identity, and the arts, and consulted on issues related to multigenerational philanthropy. He serves on the boards of several non-profits in the U.S. and Canada. In 2011, Jason earned a degree in Culinary Management from The Institute of Culinary Education, and in 2013 an Advanced Certificate from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust. Based in New York, he is a partner of Mother's Ruin, a neighborhood bar in Nolita, and the owner and managing partner of Wallflower, a restaurant in the West Village. He is opening a new restaurant in the East Village in the spring of 2014. Find him and he'll feed you good things.