Voula Halliday is a Cordon Bleu trained chef, writer, television and radio presenter, brand spokesperson, recipe developer and tester. She has held senior positions in corporate communications, as a consultant, and as an advisor on a wide range of projects with a diverse group of business partners.
Voula’s work has appeared in print and digital formats in a variety of publications including Bon Appétit, Canadian Living, The National Post, Fresh Juice, Reader's Digest Canada, Best Health, Food & Drink, and Chatelaine where she was both a contributing editor and a regular in the test kitchen developing and testing many of Chatelaine’s best-loved recipes.
A devoted advocate of a food system that is "good, clean and fair”, Voula has been a long-standing member of Slow Food International and has been Chair on both the Toronto and Canada boards of Slow Food.
She has worked with companies to help consumers make environmentally sustainable choices every day. She was one of the experts that helped launch the world’s first eco-points program - Green Rewards, and later helped to launch the AIRMILES My Planet Program.
Voula was the executive chef and program coordinator for a local Toronto District School Board (TDSB) Public School. Together with her staff and a team of volunteers she recruited, Voula provided delicious nutrient-rich meals every day, made from ingredients primarily sourced locally.
Her commitment to educating children about where their food comes from and how it benefits their overall health gained her great support from her community, official program partners, and the TDSB.
A highly motivated, enthusiastic, and energetic media personality, Voula has appeared on a variety of Canadian television and radio shows and was a regular Chef Expert on CBC's Steven and Chris.
Her new cookbook, Eat at Home, comes out Spring 2016.