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Revised 1996 Roger Chylinski, Ph.D. Villa Anneslie 529 Dunkirk Road Baltimore, Maryland 21204 Office: (410-) 752-1087 Baltimore International College 17 Commerce Street Baltimore, Maryland 21202-3230 Professional Career Profile POSITIONS 1972 ­ Present Founder and President, Baltimore International College 17 Commerce Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202-3230 (410) 752-1087 Director, Hospitality Management Programs Community College of Baltimore, Harbor Campus Baltimore, Maryland 21202 Instructor, Business Administrative Department Community College of Baltimore, Coordinator, Foodservice Management

1972 ­ 1987

1969 ­ 1972

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS Ph.D. Management, LaSalle University 1986 MBA, Management, Morgan State University 1979 MBA, Marketing, Morgan State University 1974 BS, Business Management, University of Baltimore 1968 AS, Business Administration, Johnson & Wales University 1967 AOS, Culinary Institute of America (1974) 1965 attended Apprenticeship, Restaurant Associates Certified Executive Chef, American Culinary Federation 1983 Certified Culinary Educator, American Culinary Federation 1983 Certificate, Sanitation, Maryland State Health Department SIGNIFICANT PROGRAM DEVELOPMENTS: BALTIMORE INTERNATIONAL Coordinator of Food Management Education, responsible for development of the first associate of arts degree for full-time students in Restaurant Management and Dietary Technology in the State of Maryland.


1972 1972 1973-1982 1975 1979 ­1980 1982 1982 1982 1985

1985 1987 1987 1988 Other 1985 ­ 1988 1987

1987 ­ 1992 1988 Additional 1989


Developed concept of Baltimore International Culinary College. Developed "Training through Catering" concept. Actuated BICC Inner Harbor Shoreline, Fundraising Pier 6. Actuated first cooks training contract in Baltimore for CETA. Developed articulation agreements between BICC and the Community College of Baltimore and University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Chairman, Chesapeake & Potomac Association of Private Schools, Scholarship Committee (raised over $150,000 the first year). Actuated L'ecole Restaurant, L'ecole Foods and L'ecole Catering. Board of Trustees, American Culinary Federation Educational Institute. BICAI was granted the authority by the Maryland Higher Education Commission to operate as a college and grant the associate arts degree and occupational certificate. The College became accredited by the National Association of Trade and Technical Schools. Chairman and Commissioner of American Culinary Federation Educational Institute, Accrediting Commission. Vice Chairman, American Culinary Federation Educational Institute. Trustees, Government House Several Board seats on non-career related foundations Chairman and Commissioner Accreditation Commission of the American Culinary Federation Educational Institute. The College became the first private culinary college in the nation to receive programmatic accreditation of technical programs from the Accrediting Commission of the American Culinary Federation Educational Institute. Vice Chairman, American Culinary Federation Educational Institute. Trustee, Government House Foundation. Several other Board seats on non-career related foundations. In September 1989, the College was granted the status of Candidate for Accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the first hospitality college to gain such recognition by a accrediting agency. Trustee, SAVE foundation.

COLLEGE TEACHING EXPERIENCE; COURSES TAUGHT Accounting Food & Beverage Purchasing and Control Business Math Personnel Management Principles of Cooking Intermediate Cooking Advanced Cooking Economics CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS


Council on Hotel, Motel and Restaurant Institutional Education National Restaurant Association American Culinary Federation International Association of Cooking Professionals Professional Chef's Association, Greater Baltimore HONORS AND AWARDS 1994 1994 1992 1990 1987 1981 Polish American Who's Who Who's Who in America Nominated for biographical entry in Oxfords, Who's Who 1992 Nominated for biographical entry in Personalities of America Raleigh, North Carolina, 1990 edition Received national award for "Outstanding leadership role in developing The American Culinary Federation Educational Institute 1987. Nominated for biographical entry in Men of Achievement, Cambridge, England, 1981 edition.

MEMBERSHIPS AND AWARDS 1970 ­ Present Elected president of the Polish Nobility Association (U.S. & Europe). The Association is a genealogical/Heraldic organization, which assists Individuals in Heraldic research activities. As President of P.N.A. and As a descendant of Prince Polubinski who was with King John Sobieski in 1663 at the battle of Vienna. I was invited to ceremonies with the Pope in Kalenberg, Austria and later invited to Rome for a private audience with the Holy Father. (See 1983 ­ The Vatican, below.) Annual publication "The White Eagle," and name research assistance. 1971 ­ Present Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem. Admitted as Knight of Justice In 1975 I was installed as Grand Prior of Poland and Lithuania during Ceremonies held on Malta. In 1976 assumed Lt. Grand Mastership. 1976 ­ Present Appointed by Bishop Paul von Lobkowitz, HOSJ, Board membership of Hospice of St. John, Denver, CO. 1971 Order Imperial Byzantine de Constantine Le Grand awarded rank of Chevalier for promoting Polish culture and history. Spain International Philo Byzantine Academe and University awarded Honorary Member of the University. Spain


1972 ­ Present Order Souverain ET Milltaire du Temple de Jerusalem awarded Grand Cross-and Bailli of the Order, Paris, France.



ICCHIB, The Columbian Institute of Culture awarded Member of Honor, Bogata, Colombia Institute Internaconal Grancolombiano De Estudios Sociales Economics Y Diplomaticos awarded Academico de Honorario Bogata, Colombia. Republic of Poland in Exile ­awarded Commanders Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta. London, England TheVatican ­ Received at private audience by John Paul II, to discuss ways in which the Polish Nobility Association could help Poland today. Received special blessing and gifts from the Holy Father. Confrerie de la Chaine des Rotisseurs ­ Member Wine and Food Society ­ Member




1985 ­ 1987 1984 ­ 1988 MARYLAND 1972 ­ Present

The Anneslie Estate Purchased and began ongoing restoration of the mansion house known as "Ville Anneslie." In 1976, successful in having the property placed on The Baltimore County Historic Landmarks List. In 1977, the property was listed with the Maryland Historic Trust, and in 1978 the National Register of Historic Places accepted the estate on the registry. Anneslie Realty Formed a General Partnership to acquire, develop, rent and sell dwelling units. Acquired a total of 150 rental units prior to dissolving general partnership. NEW YORK Cedar Hill Began ongoing Joint Venture undertaking to acquire and improve Recreational waterfront properties. The joint venture has successfully acquired and sold numerous properties during the past decade. Greystone Plantations 1700 acres of tree farms in St. Lawrence and Jefferson counties which we presently own and manage.

1975 ­ 1984

1979 ­Present

1984- 1987

MARYLAND Began proprietorship to continue that activities of Anneslie Realty. Renovated 25 units of Historic preservation property. Accomplished Historic Tax Credit reorganization for the project.



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