Natasha Verma has three university degrees, is a journalist, film director, cancer survivor and philanthropist.
- Television reporter/anchor on NBC 10 Boston’s weekday morning show.
- Founder, along with her family, of the non-profit Verma Foundation, which makes and gives free cap wigs to women and children fighting cancer. She created the program after her cancer diagnosis in 2017.
- Director and producer of Hardy, an award-winning documentary about female boxer Heather Hardy.
- The holder of a Columbia University master’s degree in journalism, earned at age 18.
- The University of Texas’ youngest-ever graduate. At 17, she earned two undergraduate degrees—in broadcast journalism and biology/pre-med.