Community & Collaboration
Laura Arblaster began her career in publishing 13 years ago with Pearson (Prentice Hall). During her time at Pearson, she successfully grew her territory by over a $1 million over the course of 3 years. Soon after, Laura took a newly created position with The Princeton Review, working with school districts and government offices (both state and federal) to establish a college and career readiness culture. To help expand her breadth and depth in marketing while staying in the education realm, Laura joined Bright Horizons Family Solutions as a Field Marketing Specialist where she supported child care centers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey to increase inquiries and enrollments while raising brand awareness in the community. After having her daughter, Laura returned to the publishing world at McGraw Hill Higher Education as a Freelance Sales Consultant where she has been able to maintain and grow multiple open territories concurrently throughout the country. She enjoys working collaboratively with the implementation consultants as well as the editorial and marketing teams to deliver exemplary service to her customers. Most recently, Laura co-founded Philly Women’s Rally, which spearheaded the Women’s March on Philadelphia.