Mai Kim Le // S2 Ep 135 // Worlds Apart

Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 135 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Mai Kim Le on this week's show.

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Mai Kim Le is a Vietnamese American who plunged into a new culture at the age of three after starting her journey traveling by boat from war-torn Vietnam to the U.S. She grew up in Seattle, WA, in the 80’s at the height of the grunge culture and moved to sunny Anaheim, CA, before Phước Lộc Thọ was erected in Westminster. Mai’s family finally settled in Lawrence, MA, which became her beloved childhood hometown. She graduated from Bowdoin College and Princeton University. She spent most of her 20’s saving the world in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. She then gave all of that up for love and moved to Boston to be with her college best friend.

Mai is the author of a new memoir, Worlds Apart: My Personal Life Journey through Transcultural Poverty, Privilege, and Passion. This up-close-and-personal exposé on everything Mai has felt under the skin plays a powerful role in her mission to amplify the Asian American voice and help people of all backgrounds come together in the face of their differences. Worlds Apart is available on Amazon and in select bookstores. A serial entrepreneur, Mai is currently the CEO and co-founder of Haystack Dx, a medical device start-up. She resides in Boston with her husband, three kids and two furry friends.

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