Natalia Rigol is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Business School in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit. At HBS, she teaches the introductory course to entrepreneurship as well as a course on how to use economic reasoning and rigorous data analysis to quantify the social impact of organizations. In her research, she works with financial institutions, non-profits, and governments to design better credit products for small scale entrepreneurs in South Asia and in Latin America. She also studies the role of gender norms on women’s labor force participation. Natalia received her Ph.D. in economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and she was an undergraduate student at Harvard University. Natalia is from Cuba and arrived in the United States at the age of 13.