In her role as co-founder of Staplehouse Restaurant, Jennifer Hidinger orchestrates the development and execution of all aspects of the restaurant including the design, operational features and all business management. As co-founder and spokesperson for The Giving Kitchen Initiative (TGK), Hidinger advises on brand awareness and community involvement while providing a personal account in telling the story of TGK on a local and national platform.
Prior to establishing Staplehouse Restaurant and TGK with her late husband Chef Ryan Hidinger, Jennifer Hidinger served as the Manager of Seed Factory, a prominent children’s boutique in Atlanta, GA, assisting in employee training, scheduling, product buying and floor design. Before joining Seed Factory, Hidinger held the position of Account Executive at Austin Kelly Advertising where she managed relationships with clients and vendors including several local and regional clients such as Piedmont Hospital and Papa John’s Pizza.
Hidinger received her Bachelor of Arts & Sciences in Broadcast Communication from Indiana University.
Hidinger lives in Atlanta, GA.