Since 1984, Laura M. Peck has conducted thousands of communications skills programs for senior executives throughout North America. Prior to co-founding McLoughlin Media, Laura worked as a Political Assistant on Parliament Hill, and as a CBC broadcaster in television and radio.
Laura is frequently asked to appear as a media analyst for radio and television networks, including CBC, CTV, CPAC as well as newspapers including the National Post, the Globe and Mail, Postmedia® News and numerous publications across North America. Laura has written articles published by Campaigns and Elections magazine. Laura's published works include a chapter for the Oxford University Press book 'Public Speaking in Canada'.
Laura received her Bachelor of Arts Degree and Bachelor of Education Degree from Dalhousie University. She is a graduate of the Executive Development Program, 'The Art and Practice of Leadership Development' at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. Laura is a Fellow with the Clayton H. Riddell Graduate Program in Political Management at Carleton University.