Laura Ferry, Founder


Laura Ferry is the founder of Good Company, a brand citizenship consultancy, widely recognized for establishing socially responsible, sustainable business strategies and joint ventures for national brands, media and nonprofits.


With more than 15 years of corporate social responsibility strategy and alliance experience, Laura is known for her achievements in the environmental education, financial literacy, children's media, education, health and wellness where she has consistently built brand equity and recognition in both the corporate and non-profit sectors.


Laura's experience in television media and education has established key industry relationships in the children’s market with top toy brands and digital media companies. The company has developed a reputation for strategic vision for work with hit television shows and networks such as Monster Garage, Trading Spaces, Miami Ink, Animal Planet and Discovery Kids. Clients include Partnership for a Healthier America, Hewlett Packard, Discovery Communications, PBS KIDS, PetSmart Charities and National Public Radio, among others. Good Company is a founding member of the Purpose Collaborative, a growing collective of the foremost cause-focused agencies and consultants.


Laura holds an M.A. from Georgetown University along with two B.A.’s from Trinity University in Washington D.C. She is certified in Corporate Social Responsibility by Rutgers Institute of Ethical Leadership, and is a certified teacher in Mindful Schools.  She is also a Senior Advisor to the Institute for Sustainable Development where she consults on education, science and culture, innovation and disaster recovery. She resides in Annapolis, Maryland with her family, and enjoys sailing, running and kids' sports.