Bunmi Emenanjo is a first-generation Nigerian immigrant who went from waiting tables at Olive Garden to working as legal counsel with the Biden administration.
For nearly two decades Bunmi has moved between the legal and biotechnology world, including working on policy surrounding fields like synthetic biotech and nanotechnology.
Bunmi's prized achievement is the creation of the Atlas Book Club, a program dedicated to providing children the opportunity to experience other nations and cultures through authentic narratives.
This is the second part of a two-part series. In this episode, Bunmi talks to Luke about how Atlas Book Club blossomed into a full-time company, why physical books are better than audio books, and how books contain magic powers.