Laura Nash

Dr. Laura Nash, author of Believers in Business, is a senior research fellow on the faculty of Harvard Business School in the area of entrepreneurship and service management. She earned her Ph.D. and master's degree in classical philology from Harvard University, and her B.A. from Connecticut College. Her works on business ethics, corporate culture, and leadership have been published in various sources including Fortune, Newsweek, and the Wall Street Journal.


Volume 11

Guests on Volume 11: Richard Skolnik, on Baseball and the Pursuit of Innocence: A Fresh Look at the Old Ball Game; Laura Nash, on the influence of religious faith in the marketplace; Dick Keyes, on heroism, character, and the imitation of Christ; Douglas LeBlanc, on musings on mortality by the Crash Test Dummies; Ken Myers, on Michael Moore's TV Nation and terminal irony in prime time; Gene Edward Veith, on communicating truth to a cynical age; Alan Jacobs, on Chinua Achebe and the dilemma of living between two cultures; and Ted Libbey, on Beethoven's Missa Solemnis.