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Anna Delvey Is Walking In Kim Kardashian's Harvard Footsteps!

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By MLC on February 1, 2023 at 9:30 PM EST

The convicted fraudster is making her way to Harvard University.

Weeks after Kim attended Harvard Business School to give a guest lecture about her massive shape-wear brand, SKIMS.

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Anna Delvey Following In Kim K's Harvard Footsteps

Kim touted the #bucketlistdream on Instagram. She lectured to a class called HBS Moving Beyond DTC.

“The class’s assignment was to learn about @skims, so my partner Jens and I spoke about our marketing, our challenges and our greatest wins. I’m so proud of Skims and the thought that it is a course being studied at Harvard is just crazy!!! Thank you professor Len Schlesinger and @harvardhbs for having us. #BucketListDream,” Kim explained.

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Now, Delvey has plans to follow in her footsteps and speak to a Harvard MBA class.

According to reports, the fake socialite, who is currently on house arrest, is preparing to make a guest appearance at an MBA class at the prestigious university.

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Anna Delvey Will Speak To A Harvard MBA Class From House Arrest

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However, Delvey isn’t a rookie at presenting to Ivy League students.

Last year, she spoke to students in Columbia University’s “Intro to Reporting” class from an ICE detention facility.

Delvey is in high demand for several other elite universities.

Page Six learned that she’s spoken to some NYU students for their thesis, and Oxford University in England has also reached out to her.

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Delvey Is Being Recruited By Several Other Prestigious Universities

It’s unclear what Delvey will DELVE (see what we did there) into while speaking to Harvard University students.

In addition to becoming a hot commodity guest speaker, Delvey is also getting into the reality TV game.

The Blast recently reported the former inmate is working on an unscripted series titled, “Delvey’s Dinner Club.”

The show centers around the Russian-born “fake heiress” throwing dinner parties with “celebrities, moguls and glitterati” in her NYC East Village apartment.

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Dinner topics of discussion include her prison lifestyle, her experience with the criminal justice system, rebuilding her image after being labeled as a con artist, and her plans for the future.

Upon her release from prison, Delvey was put on house arrest following her release from ICE custody in October 2022. She was released on a $10,000 bond following her arrest for overstaying her visa in 2021.

She is banned from leaving her East Village apartment except to see her probation officer.

"Delvey's Dinner Club" Is In Production!

“There’s nothing like the experience of bringing together a curated group of friends to share life stories and enjoy a great culinary experience,” Delvey explained to Page Six.

Delvey is “grateful for the opportunity to bring my vision to a wider audience and share a glimpse of the real Anna Delvey.”

While speaking to PS, she noted her list of dream guests which includes Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, Madonna, Elon Musk, Serbian artist Marina Abramovic, lawyer and former Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and author Ottessa Moshfegh.

Delvey actually expressed her desire to host Musk for dinner in November.

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Speaking with Variety, she revealed her intentions to throw several dinner parties and would like to have Musk as one of the guests.

On what she likes about the tech mogul, the former convict shared that his fluid views appeal to her. She also lauded him for being open to admitting he is wrong whenever one of his many ideas is challenged.

Talks of Delvey’s reality TV series began earlier this month. Her lawyer said she is working on this project to get rid of her “con artist” label.

Delvey spent five years behind bars for stealing about $200k from banks and businesses, and she attempted to swindle millions from more people.

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