|Born||November 15, 1979|
|Occupation||Founder of TaskRabbit|
Leah Busque[pronunciation?] (born November 15, 1979) is an American entrepreneur who founded TaskRabbit, an online and mobile marketplace that allows users to outsource small jobs and tasks to others in their neighborhood.
Busque graduated from Sweet Briar College in 2001, earning a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science. In February 2008, she began working on RunMyErrand, accumulating $1.8 million in seed funding in 2009. In April 2010, the company's name changed to TaskRabbit. By December 2011, Busque had grown TaskRabbit’s workforce to 35 employees and its economic activity to $4 million each month. Busque received credit for coining the phrase "service networking," which is now an industry-wide term. She worked at IBM as a Software Engineer. 
- Moran, Gwen. Building a Business on Busy Schedules and Making Errands Pay. Entrepreneur. November 21, 2011.
- Leah Busque Profile CrunchBase. February 14, 2012.
- Tsotsis, Alexia. TaskRabbit Turns Grunt Work Into a Game WIRED. July 15, 2011.
- Eldon, Eric. FbFund: 18 companies and 2 nonprofits win, head to Palo Alto. VentureBeat. May 28, 2009.
- Bilton, Nick. TaskRabbit Looks to Expand Cities and Offer an API. New York Times. November 10, 2011.
- Speaker: Leah Busque WhereConference.