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Lee Enterprises Consulting Adds Partner and Promotes Two Executives

World’s Leading Bioeconomy Consulting Group Adds Ryan Lee from Tyson Foods as Partner, and Promotes Glenn Farris and Dr. Kent Goeking to Managing Directors

Jan. 26, 2023 / PRZen / LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Lee Enterprises Consulting, the world’s premier bioeconomy consulting group, with more than 165 experts worldwide, is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan Lee as a Partner in the firm.  For the past 15 years, Mr. Lee has worked for Tyson Foods, and prior to that for General Electric and Walmart. He has spent most of his 20+ year career leading sales teams, cultivating strategic relationships with many of the world’s largest retailers, and creating and executing business strategies for some of the world’s largest brands. His experience includes managing businesses in the United States, Korea, Japan, Mexico, Canada, China and the Caribbean. Lee has a B.S.B.A. in Marketing and an M.B.A., both from the University of Arkansas.

“I am certainly proud to bring Ryan into the business with us,” says Founder and Managing Partner, Wayne Lee. “He has a wealth of knowledge in business and relationship management, and it has always been a long-term goal of mine to work alongside my son.” Co-owner, Jason White, agrees, “Ryan has the proven client relationship and organizational management skills needed to help unlock the full potential of our LEC experts and help our clients in their mission to transition to a more sustainable world.”

The company is also pleased to announce the promotion of Glenn Farris and Dr. Kent Goeking to Managing Directors. Farris was named one of the 5 most influential people in renewable energy in North America by European Institutional Investors Services. He has spent over 25 years in project development as well as developing, advising, and commercializing new technology in the biomass energy field throughout the United States and Caribbean Basin. Mr. Farris was the project manager for the Vermont Gasification Project, an award-winning public-private partnership with the US Department of Energy, featuring biomass gasification technology.

Dr. Goeking has over 30 years of experience in developing and deploying next-generation business and technology solutions. He specializes in building Bio/Circular/Green economy capabilities in the areas of Pyrolysis, Precision Fermentation, Synthetic Biology and innovative Health and Wellness products. Currently residing in Bangkok, Thailand, Goeking oversees the group’s Southeast Asia and India market.  He has a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering and led the management consulting practice of Accenture management consulting firm in Thailand.

“Glenn and Kent are consummate professionals that have been in leadership with us for some time and always demonstrated outstanding ability in fulfilling client expectations,” says Lee.  “They are highly respected by the team and certainly well suited to work alongside Dr. Terry Mazanec in the oversight required in these new roles.”

ABOUT LEE ENTERPRISES CONSULTING PARTNERS LLC:  Founded in 1995, Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc. has grown to become the world’s premier bioeconomy consulting group with over 150 bioenergy and biochemical experts worldwide. The company has renowned experts primarily focused on biofuels, biomaterials, biochemicals, feedstocks, alternative proteins, and biotechnologies.

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