Entrepreneurship Speaker Series: Kandice Marchant (GRS ’85, macromolecular science; MED ’86), founder of Marchant Manor Cheese

Join the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship June 29 at noon for a roundtable discussion with Kandice Marchant (GRS ’85, macromolecular science; MED ’86), founder of Marchant Manor Cheese.

Marchant is a pathologist turned cheesemaker who received both an MD and PhD from Case Western Reserve University. She was a hematopathologist at Cleveland Clinic for 36 years and served as the Institute Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine there from 2006 through 2016. A passionate cheese lover, her cheesemaking hobby turned into a cheese making and retail business. She makes European-style bloomy and washed rind cheeses from Guernsey cow and goat milk. Recently, in 2021, she opened a retail cheese shop in Cleveland Heights, where she sells her handmade cheeses and other artisanal cheeses. She also offers cheesemaking classes and cheese/wine pairing events.

This event is part of the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series. 

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The event also will be broadcast to LinkedIn Live on the Veale Institute page.

The Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship hosts discussions from highly-accomplished industry professionals to speak with current students and alumni who are interested in topics within the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Participating guests are encouraged to arrive prepared with questions and topics for discussion.