Laurel began her career as a teacher in South Carolina before relocating to Pennsylvania, where she gained amazing corporate experience and insight working in the pharmaceutical industry. After multiple conversations with friends employed at Frontline Education about its people-focused culture, Laurel applied for an interview—and discovered a new, exciting perspective of the corporate world.
Laurel partners with employees and management to push company initiatives and incentives forward and to develop individual roles. As an employee advocate, Laurel coordinates mentorship programs, completes performance reviews, provides team members with individual career counseling, and implements internal and external training on new Frontline Education systems.
“Management is hands-on and hands-off. There’s an open door policy where ideas from employees are encouraged. It’s the best of both worlds. We have strong leaders that can provide insight—but you never feel like your hands are tied.”
“Our rapid growth is driving everyone here. The ‘people’ side of everything is what excites me.”