Passionate and intrapraneurial corporate sustainability executive with more than 15 years of diverse experience, instigating and championing cross-functional, multi-stakeholder strategies at the intersection of business and society. Coalition builder and connector of leaders and ideas to drive social and environmental impact, connecting business objectives with social purpose, employee engagement, and corporate citizenship. Global Mindset. Fluent in French. Able to sing and/or order chocolate ice cream in Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese, Cambodian, Hebrew, and Turkish. • 2013 Aspen Institute First Mover Fellow • #4 on the 2014 GreenBiz corporate sustainability Twitterati Index • #4 on the 2015 Triple Pundit List of CSR Pros to Follow Most recently, Laura led sustainability and corporate responsibility at Weyerhaeuser. Prior to Weyerhaeuser, she led corporate sustainability at Plum Creek and served as the President of the Plum Creek Foundation. Laura’s sustainability experience also includes roles leading sustainable development, supplier diversity, external communications, and corporate citizenship at AREVA Inc., preceded by work for the U.N. Global Compact, Intel Corporation, and Business for Social Responsibility. She began her career in brand management at General Mills and subsequently worked for McMaster-Carr Supply Company, where she led the international sales operations department. Laura received an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and a BA in International Relations from Carleton College. Laura serves on the Athlete Ally Board of Directors, the IslandWood Board of Directors, and is a member of the Net Impact Corporate Advisory Council. She is also a frequent speaker on sustainability initiatives, diversity and inclusion, multi-stakeholder partnerships, energy policy, climate change mitigation, change management, and employee engagement.