Laura Fieselman is a social entrepreneur and educator. Fieselman co-founded Raleigh City Farm and served as the social enterprise’s founding president. She currently serves as COO at Good Bowls, a start-up frozen meal company with a social mission, and as board chair of Transplanting Traditions, a social venture serving refugee farmers in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Fieselman holds a BA from McGill University in International Development Studies and an MA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in American Studies. She has worked in higher education for over a decade, establishing college sustainability offices and managing UNC’s social innovation incubator. Fieselman also lectures in Public Policy and American Studies on issues of environmental sustainability, food studies, non-profit management, and social venturing.
In her free time, Fieselman enjoys hiking, gardening, and sharing good food with friends and family in Durham, North Carolina.