Since 1994, David Wolfman has been an active Chef Professor at George Brown, recognized for his distinctive vitality and inspiration to apply innovative teaching strategies that engage learners to cultivate excellence in all that they do.
David revamped the International Hotel Management Program Curriculum to meet current industry standards and future trends and incorporated new learning technologies and strategies into the classroom while opening doors to industry partnerships and employers. He also redesigned Cultural Influences in Food for the Food and Beverage Management Program.
Chef Wolfman created the first College level Aboriginal Cuisine Program in Canada, and recruited and taught numerous Aboriginal students, with several becoming successful chefs and sous-chefs, restauranteurs, and caterers. David establishes links with First Nations high schools through voluntary campus tours, presentations and Aboriginal Cuisine cooking demonstrations that excite young students about careers in the culinary field. He has been a volunteer at local high school career fairs across Ontario, where he conducts cooking demonstrations and shares his passion for the industry.