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Laura Roberts is the founder of Laura Roberts Marketing, a marketing and public relations firm serving nonprofit organizations throughout Fairfield County. Laura’s passion is drawing upon her 20+ years of corporate and nonprofit experience to help her clients grow their media presence, build audience and generate support. Before devoting her abilities to Laura Roberts Marketing, Laura served as Marketing Director for two area nonprofit organizations, and as Staff Director in Bell Atlantic’s marketing department in Manhattan. She has experience in: marketing communications, market segmentation, creating marketing plans, managing projects, brokering media sponsorships, building sponsorship packages and developing marketing materials.Laura’s greatest strengths are her creativity, drive and attention to detail. She thrives on challenges, especially those that expand a client’s ability to increase awareness and support. Her strong writing skills, business acumen and robust business relationships make her a powerful ally to any organization’s team.Laura holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut and an M.B.A. in Marketing from Fairfield University. In her free time she enjoys the beach with family and friends, and jumps at the chance to listen to live music.

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  1. Printmakers Take On Topic Of 'Bigger Picture' At Housatonic Museum Of Art

    Printmakers Take On Topic Of 'Bigger Picture' At Housatonic Museum Of Art

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The public is invited to hear from four artists on their use of printmaking at the Housatonic Museum of Art, where an exhibition is underway through March 25."Prints That Work: printmaking in the service of a bigger picture," highlights the unique perspectives of four artists, Roxanne Faber-Savage, Kelsey Miller, John O’Donnell and Neil Daigle-Orians.The ...

  2. Bridgeport Art Students Design A New Westport Library In Docent Program

    Bridgeport Art Students Design A New Westport Library In Docent Program

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A total of 44 students from three Bridgeport schools recently visited Westport Library as part of their ongoing participation in a Peer Docent Program offered by the Housatonic Museum of Art.The students arrived from Geraldine W. Johnson School, Hall School and John Winthrop School in Bridgeport.During the field trip, award-winning architect Thom Mayne presented the ...

  3. Stamford's SilverSource Appoints New Board Of Trustees To Help Seniors

    Stamford's SilverSource Appoints New Board Of Trustees To Help Seniors

    STAMFORD, Conn. — SilverSource Inc. — a Stamford-based nonprofit organization that advocates for the needs of older adults and their families — recently appointed four new members to its board of trustees, as well as the full slate of officers and board members. Joining the board of trustees are Polly Rauh, Ed.D; Carol Burns, registered nurse; Robert Goldstein, CPA; and Gary H. Neems. ...

  4. Stamford-Area Leaders Pitch In To Serve Meals At Pacific House

    Stamford-Area Leaders Pitch In To Serve Meals At Pacific House

    STAMFORD, CONN. -- Several local and state representatives gathered recently to honor National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week by helping with a meal service at an emergency shelter operated by Stamford-based Pacific House that serves people from Greenwich, Stamford, Darien and New Canaan.State Sen. Carlo Leone, a Democrat representing Stamford and Darien, State Rep. Caroline ...

  5. Stamford EMS Begins Drive To Support Paramedic Ambulance Services

    Stamford EMS Begins Drive To Support Paramedic Ambulance Services

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- The Stamford Emergency Medical Services annual appeal, a fundraising effort to finance SEMS' paramedic ambulance services throughout the city, is officially underway. “We have been serving the Stamford community for nearly 25 years, and most people are surprised to learn that we’re a private nonprofit,” said Patricia Squires, SEMS’ executive director. “We’re not part ...

  6. Experience 1940s Culture At Bridgeport Museum Of Art's Film Exhibit

    Experience 1940s Culture At Bridgeport Museum Of Art's Film Exhibit

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Many art lovers and film buffs turned out recently for the opening reception of "Rendezvous In Black," a new exhibit at the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport.Approximately 100 people, including artists, arts and culture enthusiasts, film aficionados and members of the community came on Thursday evening, Nov. 10, to immerse themselves in a film noir ...

  7. Alumni Hall Of Fame Gala In Bridgeport Raises $20K For HCC Scholarships

    Alumni Hall Of Fame Gala In Bridgeport Raises $20K For HCC Scholarships

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. --  The Housatonic Community College Foundation hosted its Eighth Annual Alumni Hall Of Fame Gala recently at the campus Event Center. The event, which featured keynote speakers Sonia Manzano and Peter Werth III, raised more than $20,000 in support of scholarships for needy students.With a theme of "Stay Close. Go Far," the evening was dedicated to ...

  8. Art Meets Crime In Lecture At Bridgeport's Housatonic Museum Of Art

    Art Meets Crime In Lecture At Bridgeport's Housatonic Museum Of Art

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport will present a lecture with Richard Vine, the managing editor of Art in America, on Tuesday, Nov. 29.The lecture, titled “Art, Crime and SoHo Sins,” will highlight Vine's debut novel "SoHo Sins" followed by a book signing and reception with the author. The lecture relates to the museum’s latest exhibition, ...

  9. Stamford's Pacific House Renames Recovery Program After Former Addict

    Stamford's Pacific House Renames Recovery Program After Former Addict

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- After overcoming his own battle with drugs, alcohol and homelessness, Sidney Elmore paid it forward by helping others who sought help at Stamford's Pacific House successfully recover. Pacific House is now honoring him by renaming their recovery program for the man they call the center's spiritual leader. At Elmore's recent retirement party, officials announced the new ...

  10. Bridgeport Gala Benefits High Achieving, Low-Income Students

    Bridgeport Gala Benefits High Achieving, Low-Income Students

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The  Housatonic Community College Foundation's Eighth Annual Alumni Hall of Fame Gala will be held Saturday on campus in Bridgeport. The gala is the Foundation’s primary fundraiser, raising support for a scholarship program for high-achieving, low-income students who are creating a path to successful careers. The program awards approximately $200,000 to students ...

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