Laura is the President of Rinck Advertising and proud to serve as the agency’s lead strategist on several national consumer packaged good accounts including Gorton's Seafood, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Dean Foods, American Beverage Corporation and McDonald's. Her work includes the development of brand platforms, integrated marketing plans, strategic public relations, advertising campaigns. She was also the lead strategist at Rinck for Governor Baldacci’s Blaine House Conference on Maine’s Creative Economy.
A community activist, Laura has served on several local and national Boards of Directors including the Maine Cancer Foundation, Camp To Belong, Lewiston Education Fund and the Little Field Home for Orphans in Malawi, Africa. For the last five years, Laura has also developed marketing and advertising for the Dempsey Challenge, an annual event that raises over one-million dollars each year to support the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing. She was named the 2011 Amgen Breakaway from Cancer® Survivor Award winner, an award given to a cancer survivor involved in Maine community outreach and demonstrates a passion for helping others with cancer. In 2013, Laura joined filmmaker Ramsey Tripp and actor Patrick Dempsey to co-produce a full-length documentary film, The Peloton Project, which documented 40 cyclists on a ten-day ride from Calgary, Alberta to Lewiston, Maine. She is a founding member and President of Emerge Film Festival.
Over the years, Laura’s work has been recognized with numerous national and local awards, Broderson Awards from the Advertising Club of Maine, and Golden Arrow Awards from the Maine Public Relations Council. Laura is a member of the Maine Public Relations Council, the Advertising Club of Maine and the Public Relations Consultants Group.