Laura is the founder of Good Company, a brand citizenship strategy and alliance consultancy. She is known for her achievements in the children’s media, education and technology industries, where she has consistently built purpose brand equity and positive social impact in both the commercial and non-profit sectors.
As a senior consultant in education, Laura is known for her strategic vision and leadership expertise developing partnerships and programs for a wide range of top brands and nonprofits including PBS, NPR, Discovery Education, Channel One Network, Ashoka, Cricket Media, Scholastic, Litton Entertainment, Hewlett-Packard, Google and Western Digital.
Serving in the role of Chief Marketing Officer, Laura has also launched three K-12 award-winning educational technology platforms focused on project-based learning and e-mentoring. She has also served on the board of directors for Girls on the Run International and as an advisor to the board of directors at the Outdoor Power Equipment Education Foundation, Workbench Platform and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
Laura holds an M.A. from Georgetown University along with two B.A.’s from Trinity University in Washington D.C., and is certified by Rutgers University in Corporate Social Responsibility. She resides in Annapolis, Maryland with her family.