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November 8, 2019

Podcast Episode 13: Co-Founding An Asian American E-Commerce Start-Up

Tanya Zhang left a cushy corporate job at Ernst & Young in 2018 to co-found an e-commerce start-up that fills a gap in dress shirts for slim men.
October 28, 2019

Podcast Episode 12: Founding a Media Platform For, By, and About Asian Millennials

Natasha Jung is the founder and executive producer of Cold Tea Collective, a new media platform dedicated to telling the real stories and perspectives of Asian millennials with the means of celebrating their heritage.
October 13, 2019

Podcast Episode 11: This Asian American Co-Founder Developed AI to Advance Health Diagnosis

Nathanael Ren is the Co-founder / Chief Growth Officer at Buoy Health, a start-up that’s leveraging artificial intelligence to create a free, digital health tool that provides consumers with a real-time, accurate analysis of their symptoms.
October 7, 2019

Podcast Episode 10: From Hire #2 to VP of Strategy, an Asian American Female’s Perspective

Nathalie Con (@nathaliecon) is the VP of Strategy at Giant Spoon, a marketing and advertising agency that ranks at #37 on LinkedIn’s 2019 Top Startups list.
September 27, 2019

Podcast Episode 9: Defining Your Image – The Self-Portrait Project

Andy Lin (@outromudialista) is the founder and creative director of the Self Portrait Project, an experience that aims to empower people to create their own images and ultimately, express themselves through their own means.
September 17, 2019

Podcast Episode 8: A Life’s Mission to Develop a Platform that Hires Based on Ability

Tuan Ho (@2onhello) couldn’t afford to pay the tuition to the only college his was accepted to. But one summer and 40 scholarship essays later, he accumulated over $500,000 in scholarships and gladly took the full-ride to Northeastern University.
September 1, 2019

Podcast Episode 7: From a 2.1 GPA to $15 Million in Venture Capital Funding

When he was attending Cal State Fullerton, Kevin Chiu (@kvn_chiu) barely graduated with a 2.1 GPA. Now, he and his brother have successfully acquired their Series A funding (over $15 million dollars) for their company Catalyst, the first customer success platform built by a team of customer success leaders.
August 14, 2019

Podcast Episode 6: An Asian American Actor Learns How To Be Bold

Archie Kao (@archiekao) is an American and Chinese actor best known for series regulars roles on Chicago P.D., Power Rangers Lost Galaxy as well as long-running hit CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
July 24, 2019

Podcast Episode 5: Dropping Out of College to Pursue Entrepreneurship, from an Asian Perspective

You define your own success - that’s the biggest lesson Kenny Nguyen (@the_kennynguyen), now the CEO of a successful marketing agency, learned when he dropped out of college during his sophomore year.