Chef Josh Marks, featured on the mega hit FOX television cooking show “MasterChef” is the national spokesperson for Real Men Cook and celebrated International Men’s Day at Macy’s flagship State Street store on Nov. 20.
The talented chef was a favorite on “MasterChef,” and his second-place finish on the show struck a chord among foodies everywhere. Chef Marks has returned to Chicago and will help the Real Men Charities’ “Real Men Building Healthy Kids and Strengthening Families” project. Marks is a former basketball star for Tougaloo College in Jackson, Miss., where he earned an economics degree — cum laude — in 2009.
“Josh is the quintessential example of what Real Men Charities represents and he allows us to reach the Y-generation in a high impact manner. He’s only 25, family focused and destined for phenomenal entrepreneurial success,” says Yvette Moyo, co-founder, Real Men Cook and RMC Charities.
Follow Chef Josh Marks on Twitter: @MC3Josh