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Byron Wade Taylor, rear, got a job through the nonprofit Chrysalis at Curtis Stone’s restaurant Gwen. Taylor, who had been in and out of jail, said no one was willing to give him a chance until he found Chrysalis.

An Industry of Second Chances

They served their time, now they’re finding new hope in foodservice. And restaurants are finding workers.

Celebrity chef Curtis Stone was attending a fundraising event a few years ago with his wife, Lindsay, when he stumbled upon a new avenue for filling jobs at his Los Angeles restaurants Maude and Gwen.

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