With over 10 years in the industry, Maryland native Chef Kamarreya has helmed several Michelin-starred kitchens in Washington DC (Gravitas and Masseria) under acclaimed names such as Matt Baker, and Nicholas Stefanelli. She has cooked for notable figures such as Dita Von Teese and raquel jones.
As a black-owned business owner and advocate for promoting diversity in the culinary industry, Kamarreya aims to utilize 4Espere as a platform for other chefs to magnify their collective voice and elevate underrepresented people in all areas of the culinary world.
"its not what we do its why we do it. i do it for family, for ove. i do it to lead the way for future generations of powerful and unique women"
Chef Kamareya’s love for food, art, healthy living, and her worldly culinary experiences is what ultimately led to the development of 4Espere, a personal chef service company based in Los Angeles. With a diverse team of culinary experts, 4Espere excels in providing a professional yet engaging experience and everlasting memory with every bite.
"As most stories go it started with a dream. I've wanted to be a chef for as long as I could remember but I didn't think it was a possibility for someone like me. I had an idea but not much vision, so i took a chance. It all began in Washington D.C."
Along with being a chef, television personality, activist, and brand partner, she provides virtual cooking classes and actively participates in podcasts supporting women’s empowerment, sustainability, food education, and entrepreneurship.