CEO Lecture Series: Robert Morris University

Featuring Jeff Broadhurst,
President and CEO, Eat’n Park Hospitality Group

Join your fellow alumni, RMU supporters, and local business leaders to hear second-generation CEO Jeff Broadhurst of the Eat’n Park Hospitality Group discuss the joys and challenges of leading an iconic family-run business, and learn how the company has diversified and contributed to Pittsburgh’s dining renaissance.


Jeff-BroadhurstJeff Broadhurst, a member of the RMU Board of Trustees, is President & CEO of Eat’n Park Hospitality Group, a provider of over 175 diversified food service locations throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Eat’n Park Hospitality Group encompasses three integrated business divisions — Eat’n Park Restaurants, a full-service, family restaurant chain; Parkhurst Dining, a provider of contract dining services to colleges, universities, corporations and cultural destinations; and Cura Hospitality, a provider of dining services to senior living facilities, retirement communities, and regional hospitals. The company presently does business in eight states and has over 9,000 team members. Newer ventures outside the company’s three major brands include Hello bistro, serving burgers and fresh salads located in Oakland, South Side, and downtown; Six Penn Kitchen, an upscale American bistro located in the cultural district downtown; The Porch at Schenley, a neighborhood bistro in the heart of Oakland; Delicious Raw, an exciting new fresh fruit and vegetable juice bar located downtown; and, a mail order gifting business.

Jeff joined Eat’n Park Hospitality Group as Director of Business Development for Parkhurst Dining in 1996 following a five-year career with Federated Investors in their Chicago and Kentucky markets. In 2002, he was promoted to President of Parkhurst Dining and in 2006 took over the responsibilities of President of Eat’n Park Restaurants. In 2008, Jeff became President and CEO of Eat’n Park Hospitality Group. Jeff received his undergraduate degree in Hotel Management from Cornell University and his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh Katz School of Business.



Monday, May 11

7:45 a.m.      Registration opens
8:10 a.m.      Breakfast Served
8:30 a.m.      Presentation 

Cost: $20 per person or a table of 6 for $120

RSVP by May 4