Our Stories

HESP May 1, 2018

During my first year in New York, I lived with an old Art Collector. She died this winter. They found her laying on her marble floor corridor, wearing her red fur coat, Jeffery, her Portuguese water dog, barking at her side. The leash was hanging loosely around his neck. Her name was Amanda, but I […]

HESP September 25, 2017

Edited by Daniel Katzenberger It was an exciting winter morning, which would mark my first day of work at my family’s business. Prior to this day, I worked for a year in investment banking at JP Morgan Chase. My father was excited for me to begin work at the family business for two reasons. First, […]

HESP August 1, 2017

  The modern nomadic life is full of joys and frustrations. One year ago my partner and I decided to move to South East Asia to bootstrap our start-up. In search of lower living expenses, pleasant climates, and unicorn developers (more on that later), we were generally unaware of the growing community known as digital […]

HESP July 1, 2017

Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same,   We walk in a path; our entire life is a path that many have walked in before us. We […]

HESP July 1, 2017

I reached out to learn more about the kind of pieces that would be included in the Harvard Extension School (HES) paper with the intent to write and share my personal story of getting to HES. The events that unfolded right after did not allow me the opportunity to write as intended. My father, Mr. […]