Hello! I’m Laura.
I design dynamic systems, resources, and experiences that support people in connecting, learning, and pursuing their purpose.
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Laura designs dynamic systems, resources, and experiences that support people in connecting, learning, and pursuing their purpose.
As COO of Mobius Method, Laura focuses on strategy, operations, and developing experiential offerings to meet the emerging needs of purpose-driven leaders and teams. Prior to Mobius, she spent seven years as program director for the Byron Fellowship Educational Foundation, managing the annual fellowship program while developing ongoing educational offerings to support a robust global community of alumni. Since 2013, Laura has consulted with numerous purpose-driven initiatives, providing strategic, project management, and program implementation support to clients in the leadership development and education industries.
Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, Laura grew up in Basel, Switzerland, where she was inspired by the Swiss cultural and regulatory approach to community and the environment. From 2014 to 2017, Laura lived in a self-designed, self-built tiny house, as an experiment in sustainable, values-driven living and design (see the house here). She holds a Bachelors in Economics from Bentley University, and a Masters in Environmental Science as well as a Masters in Public Affairs from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Laura lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband Dan and dog Kaito. She enjoys traveling and creative making of all kinds (sewing, cooking, furniture building, and painting).