Laura Scher

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"Laura is cofounder, former CEO and current executive chair of Working Assets/CREDO. Laura teaches "Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship" at Stanford University and has coauthored chapters in several inspirational books, including The Business of Changing the World, edited by Marc Benioff; and Hands On! 33 More Things Every Girl Should Know, edited by Suzanne Harper. Laura serves on the Board of Advisors of the Yale School of Management, and on the boards of the Foundation and the Rosenberg Foundation. She has a bachelor’s in economics from Yale University, studied at the Institute for International Studies in Geneva, and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School." [1]


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  1. CREDO People, organizational web page, accessed December 9, 2013.