This week on the show, I’m sharing a story of resilience and steadfastness in career building with my guest, Bryan Quoc Le.
During our conversation, Bryan shares his journey from a PhD in chemistry to being self-employed as a consultant in the food industry space.
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Bryan Quoc Le, Ph.D. is a food scientist, food industry consultant, and author of 150 Food Science Questions Answered. He earned his Ph.D. in Food Science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he studied the chemistry of savory flavors from plant-based sources. He is currently a research scholar through the Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship, an industry expert for Carbon13 (a venture builder based in the UK), and an independent consultant for Mycelium Gastronomy (an industry network of food experts).
Thank you, Bryan Quoc Le!
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