Chief financial officer
Natasha Williams joined ANet in 2011, bringing finance and accounting experience from both the public and private sectors. Natasha began her professional career as an investment banking analyst at Merrill Lynch & Co, Inc. in the Financial Institutions Group. After Merrill Lynch, she worked for Platform Learning, Inc. a provider of supplemental educational services to low-income students attending public schools identified as "In Need of Improvement" under the No Child Left Behind Act. During her tenure, she ultimately served as the director of finance and accounting, where she lead the development and implementation of financial and operational strategies that enabled the organization to serve over 60,000 students across the United States. Prior to joining ANet, Natasha worked for Procter & Gamble on the Emerging Markets Blades & Razor team, where she lead the financial analysis to identify low cost product, sourcing, and capital alternatives to reach more consumers in Latin America and Asia. Driven by her passion for education, Natasha co-founded the Boston University Upward Bound Scholarship and serves as a financial advisor to Dorchester Collegiate Academy Charter School. Natasha is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Harvard Business School.