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A Former Air Force Member on Starting Her Own Business

A Former Air Force Member on Starting Her Own Business

Several years ago, Torrance Hart was at a crossroads. You see, she knew that it was time to leave the Air Force, where she served for eight years, mostly as an intelligence officer, but she wasn’t 100 percent sure what came next. Would she flip houses, painstakingly giving them a thoughtful overhaul before welcoming a new family? Was a food truck in her future, assembling combinations of gourmet ingredients into sandwiches? Would she start a gym whose pay structure meant that people who came in regularly actually paid less? Would she plan couples’ dream weddings, making sure no detail went overlooked or unappreciated? All of those things were on the table, but none ended up feeling right. As it turns out, seven years later, she’d have built something pretty major—a successful company and a team of her own—and would be steering it through a global pandemic. 

“I got to do some amazing things and I really loved my time, but I had spent a lot of time traveling, a lot of time deployed, and so I knew that I was ready for a transition to something a little more stable where I could be home most of the time and I had always been excited about entrepreneurship, but it always kind of felt like something for other people,” Torrance explained. “I had stalked websites, honestly, like [The] Everygirl, like DesignSponge, anytime where they had interviews where they were…

From the Air Force to Founder, Torrance Hart on Striking Out on Her Own and Post-Traumatic Growth

Several years ago, Torrance Hart was at a crossroads. You see, she knew that it was time to leave the Air Force, where she served for eight years, mostly as an intelligence officer, but she wasn’t 100 percent sure what came next. Would she flip houses, painstakingly giving them a thoughtful overhaul before welcoming a new family?



A Former Air Force Member on Starting Her Own Business

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