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Laura Greenawalt is a marketing professional, entrepreneur, blogger, and working mother of three, with over two decades of marketing, business development, and account management experience. She currently serves as Director of Internet Business Development at SuperMedia, where her many responsibilities include generating new revenue streams, overseeing a budget of more than $100 million, and managing high-impact distribution partnerships.
After becoming a mother, Laura’s personal experiences successfully negotiating the difficult transition back into the workforce inspired her to launch Working Mom’s Life, a company dedicated to helping other professional mothers find balance between their lives at home and at work. Laura has also authored two e-books, New Mom’s Return to Work Survival Guide, and Mommy Day Camp, a parents’ resource guide packed with ideas for fun and engaging children’s activities, which is featured on her successful blog of the same name.
Laura holds an MBA from Illinois State University and is a member of both the National Speakers Association and the National Association of Professional Women. She currently resides in Flower Mound, Texas with her husband and three wonderful sons, Ryan, Austin, and Brandon.
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