Chef Jerome Brown has shared his passion for cuisine with a variety of A list entertainers, dignitaries and elite professional athletes such as Colin Powell, Shaquille O’Neal, Priscilla Presley, Star Jones, Raymond Felton, Lamman Rucker, Carl Gustaf (King of Sweden), Byron Cage, Mike Bibby and more. Chef Rome has been a featured African American celebrity chef for two consecutive years at the prestigious Epcot Food & Wine Festival showcasing alongside Cat Cora, Rock Harper and Robert Irvine. Chef Rome has also appeared on Tom Joyner Morning Show cruise and at the Taste of Chicago, the world’s largest outdoor food festival. His charisma and culinary talents have caught the eyes of television casting directors and talent producers. In 2011, he was cast in the premiere season of the Food Network’s new ‘reality show “Extreme Chef.” That same year, he appeared in the US Army series “I’ve Got Skills” that aired on ESPN. For more than twenty-five years, Chef Rome has been working to master his craft. But along this journey, he has always maintained a sincere desire to help educate and empower young professionals in the field. In 2000, he created Chef to the Stars, a chef placement service that has successfully placed more than seventy-five top chefs in celebrity homes.