I come from a diverse background. Completing a PhD in experimental medicine at University of British Columbia allowed me to investigate novel insights using data-oriented evidence-based methods. During my six-year PhD study, I identified a potential pharmaceutical target for atherosclerosis, a common cardiovascular disease and the underlying cause of heart attack and stroke. The skills that I developed during PhD study, such as critical thinking and problem solving, are life-long assets. While doing my PhD, I also founded a luxury tour operating company in Vancouver, which led me to other business ventures. After merging with another local start-up tour operator, I served as the CEO of the new company for two years. All this experience taught me that making wise decisions is critical in running a successful business. Instead of limiting myself to one specific industry, I decided to join Fusion Analytics and use my skills to help other businesses make informed decisions. Every dot in my life seems to have been connected when I joined Fusion. Working with senior management at top-tier companies requires not only clear logic and solid knowledge but also agile thinking and effective communication. New skills that I have learned at Fusion work synergistically with the abilities I developed in science and business. One special thing that I love about Fusion is owning a project from the beginning to the end, which allows me to learn and practise all aspects of business consulting service.
Principles by Ray Dalio