A Day in the Life: Kim Rizk
We shadowed MIDJersey execs in five diverse industries – hospitality, health care, non-profit, manufacturing, and architectural – and what we discovered was they all had a few key things in common. They all wear many hats. They all stay up at night fretting about where their next piece of business or grant will come from. (Sound familiar?) They’re not afraid to get their hands dirty. And most of all, they’re very passionate about what they do.
It’s 9 a.m. and things are already jamming at Jammin’ Crepes in Princeton. Co-owner Kim Rizk is singing along with Jeremiah, the head cook and crepista, as he heats up the griddles for the wildly popular 43-seat restaurant that made its debut on Princeton’s