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Alumni Advice: Nancy M. Williams (MBA ‘92)

to a field more suited to my interests, health care management. Currently I run HPONE’s patient advocacy businesses, including Stars Solutions (and the CEO and founder of HPOne is HBS '92 Section B sectionmate Bill Stapleton). I found that the joy from claiming my passion radiated outwards to other parts of my life, making me more effective, successful, and most important happier.  Hearing health advocates, concert pianists, health care executives, and adult piano students have swelled the ranks of my contacts. Now it’s difficult for me to discern where my personal contacts end and my professional network begins. I’m deeply invested in my current life, a new way of being that began with that moment when I reclaimed my passion for the piano. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

to a field more suited to my interests, health care management. Currently I run HPONE’s patient advocacy businesses, including Stars Solutions (and the CEO and founder of HPOne is HBS '92 Section B sectionmate Bill Stapleton). I found that the joy from claiming my passion radiated outwards to other parts of my life, making me more effective, successful, and most important happier.  Hearing health advocates, concert pianists, health care executives, and adult piano students have swelled the ranks of my contacts. Now it’s difficult for me to discern where my personal contacts end and my professional network begins. I’m deeply invested in my current life, a new way of being that began with that moment when I reclaimed my passion for the piano. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

to a field more suited to my interests, health care management. Currently I run HPONE’s patient advocacy businesses, including Stars Solutions (and the CEO and founder of HPOne is HBS '92 Section B sectionmate Bill Stapleton). I found that the joy from claiming my passion radiated outwards to other parts of my life, making me more effective, successful, and most important happier.  Hearing health advocates, concert pianists, health care executives, and adult piano students have swelled the ranks of my contacts. Now it’s difficult for me to discern where my personal contacts end and my professional network begins. I’m deeply invested in my current life, a new way of being that began with that moment when I reclaimed my passion for the piano. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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