First Black Female Franchise Owner of Chick-Fil-A in PA Hails from Malvern

Sereena Quick, a former federal probation officer and employee at Malvern Chick-Fil-A, has ventured into entrepreneurship by opening her own franchise location in North Philadelphia, according to Brian A. Saunders from Philly Voice.

Quick’s ownership of a Chick-fil-A in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware makes her the first Black woman to achieve this milestone.

Quick began her career as a juvenile probation officer in Philadelphia before relocating to San Francisco. It was during her time there that she formed a connection with a local Chick-Fil-A owner who became her mentor and encouraged her to explore the possibility of owning a restaurant.

After moving back home, she pursued further education in the food service industry. Eventually, after dedicating 13 years to law enforcement, she decided to take a leap of faith and join the grand opening team at a Chick-Fil-A in Malvern.

Sarah attributes her readiness to own her own Chick-Fil-A to the guidance and mentorship provided by Chris Walsh, a restaurant operator from Malvern.


“Quick expressed deep gratitude towards Chris for going the extra mile in imparting invaluable knowledge on thinking, acting, and leading as an operator. Quick felt empowered by the autonomy given to run the business as if it were their own. They cherished the opportunity they had in Chris’s restaurant.”

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