Laura Schroeder

LAURA SCHROEDER is director of the transducer technology group in global development engineering with Bose.  She oversees all aspects of Bose’s transducer portfolio including research, development, manufacturing, quality and supply chain management – one of the key differentiators in all of Bose products.  Schroeder is responsible for maintaining relationships with all of the company’s business units and creating a technology roadmap that supports each business in a unique way while making global sourcing decisions. During her twenty six years with Bose, she also led the materials science research group and several projects teams including the development of the Jewel Cube speaker which incorporates over forty different innovations and breakthrough technologies. Schroeder is a member of the corporate ethics committee and the corporate sponsor of the Women at Bose affinity group.  She is responsible for the PACE engineering rotational program and Bose’s nomination and candidate selection process to Northeastern University’s Gordon Engineering Leadership Program. She has been nominated for Who’s Who three times and recognized by the National Organization for Professional Women. She is a lifetime member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society. Schroeder has undergraduate and graduate degrees in chemical engineering from Northeastern University and an MBA from Bentley University.  @bose

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