Meyer Wellman, Laura

Laura Meyer Wellman is President & CEO of E4E Relief, which works with corporations to establish charitable, company-specific disaster and hardship relief funds for their employees. Prior to assuming her current role in April 2014, Laura was executive vice president with Foundation For The Carolinas, one of the nation’s largest community foundations. She previously held executive management positions at both Citibank and Bank of America in disciplines such as wealth management, international business development, investor relations, and marketing strategy. She serves on multiple nonprofit boards in the arts, education and social responsibility, and received her BA from Duke University, and an MBA from Fordham University.

Posts by Meyer Wellman, Laura

  • Supporting Your Own: A Look Inside McKesson’s Employee Relief Program (06.30.15 )

    By Laura Meyer Wellman, President and Chief Executive Officer, E4E Relief In my most recent post, I described how a growing number of companies are working to support their employees in times of disaster or unexpected hardship. This week, let’s take a deeper dive into McKesson’s employee relief program.

  • Supporting Your Own: Disaster and Hardship Relief for Your Employees (06.16.15 )

    By Laura Meyer Wellman, President and Chief Executive Officer, E4E Relief Corporate philanthropy often focuses on social issues in local and global communities, but companies’ employee communities are also in need. Despite working harder than ever, more American families are struggling to make ends meet than in any other time in recent history. Nearly half […]

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