The Harbus is the independent, non-profit
news organization of Harvard Business School.
Harsha is the CEO of the Harbus. She primarily works on the paper’s business development, marketing, and distribution functions. Harsha spends her time reading romantic literature, dancing to Indian folk beats and listening to New Orleans jazz. She is passionate about topics relating to retail, consumer products, and brand innovation.
Natasha 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, and traveling, while dancing to 90s pop music.
Vaughn is the Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer of the Harbus. In this position, she’s responsible for all communications with our advertising partners and for the compilation and marketing of the Harbusadmissions products. She’s also the proud mother of one human and two Pomeranians.
Tannya is a Product Manager at the Harbus, working on the Digital Harbus editions and other marketing and business development efforts. She is passionate about startups, tech, and design and human behavior. In her spare time, she is a mediocre (but enthusiastic!) singer and dancer, attached at the hip to her DSLR, and usually found wandering forests or mountains with her favorite hiking boots.
Upoma is the Editor-in-Chief of the Harbus. In addition to leading the all-star Harbus Editorial team to deliver stories that keep the HBS community connected and informed, she writes on the latest developments in the media and entertainment industry. Reach out to Upoma at email@example.com or follow her on Twitter @UpomaDutta.
Cooper is very proud of being Californian despite not having lived there for seven years.
Raseem is a current MBA student at Harvard Business School. Prior to HBS, he was working in Columbus, Indiana, in the industrial manufacturing space, where he helped to launch two new products in the automotive industry. Originally from Chennai, India, he cannot tolerate cold weather and can be seen wearing sweaters in August.
Anja is an EC partner who was born in Vietnam, grew up in the Czech Republic and relocated to the US with her husband from Singapore. She identifies herself as a global citizen and loves learning about the diverse personal stories of partners and families at HBS.
Heather is from Kentucky, once had lunch with Tom Selleck, and has eaten an entire container of Wasabi Peas in one setting, so I guess you could say she’s kind of a big deal.
Asha is from London. Prior to HBS, she worked in investment banking before switching to a supply-chain logistics startup. She was once training to become a professional ballerina, but she changed her mind on that pointe.
Poorvi is an international student from India. Prior to HBS, she worked at Amazon for four years across India and the UK. Her work at Amazon spanned across retail and international expansion in India to building voice experiences for Alexa in multiple geographies. An alum of IIT Guwahati, she has a background in UX design and product management, and she loves to talk about all things creative.