Laura Rundell received her BA in Political Science from Earlham College. She spent five years working in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives before leaving to pursue her Masters degree from Northeastern University. She completed her certification in volunteer administration in 2013.
She has worked for the Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History and the Society for Contemporary Craft supervising the education and volunteer programs. She also ran the volunteer program at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh, PA where the program received a citation from the Mayor in honor of the volunteers' contributions to the community.
In 2013, she relocated to Norwalk, CT. She worked for the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich and currently works as Volunteer Coordinator for LifeBridge Community Services. In May 2016, she completed the Leadership Greater Bridgeport program.