How Anthony Bourdain Helped a Banker Shift to a Hospitality Entrepreneur


In 2012, with a successful, 16-year career in banking under her belt, Uno Immanivong— who always had a dream of nourishing people with food — auditioned for “The Taste,” a reality cooking show. Anthony Bourdain, one of its stars, chose Uno to mentor on his team, she competed in four episodes — a life-changing experience. And the rest is history.

The host of Run the Pass, Andre Natera, sat down with Uno Immanivong for a podcast to discuss her rich background and, more importantly, how this Bourdain’s mentorship and her dedication to intentional, nourishing meals is benefitting hospitality through her hospitality consulting firm.

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