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HBS Startup Anomalie: Breaking with Tradition

She credits HBS for helping hone her skills and giving her the confidence to build a business, as well as the innumerable hours of help from section mates, professors and of course, meeting her co-founder and fiancee, Calley Means. Natasha Larsen runs operations at the Harbus and previously worked as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University. She spends her spare time reading books on social entrepreneurship, honing her culinary skills, drinking tea at coffee shops and travelling the world, while dancing to 90’s pop music. You can follow her on Instagram @Natboston.

She credits HBS for helping hone her skills and giving her the confidence to build a business, as well as the innumerable hours of help from section mates, professors and of course, meeting her co-founder and fiancee, Calley Means. Natasha Larsen runs operations at the Harbus and previously worked as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University. She spends her spare time reading books on social entrepreneurship, honing her culinary skills, drinking tea at coffee shops and travelling the world, while dancing to 90’s pop music. You can follow her on Instagram @Natboston.

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