As Vice President & General Manager of DCG Services, Laura Laltrello leads the worldwide Services organization that provides support for Lenovo’s datacenter customers. She continuously drives improvements and focus to deliver an effortless customer experience. She has a passion for solving core business problems through analytics, optimization, and innovation.
Laura is a respected, reputable leader known for fostering cooperation and engagement to develop and retain talent. She has experience in the Datacenter and PC industries for Fortune 500 Companies.
As a passionate advocate for STEM education Laura founded Lenovo’s first NAF Academy Internship Program for High School students. This program has grown from six students in 2016 to 55 high school students in 2018 across Lenovo’s North Carolina campus. She also serves on the board at the Academy of IT for Chapel Hill Schools.
In 2017, Laura represented Lenovo as “working mother of the year” as Lenovo made “Working Mother Magazine’s” Top 100 companies list. Since the birth of her daughter, she has been mentoring women who are pregnant or have young children and facing decisions on how to balance family and career.
She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Mathematics from Clemson University and currently resides in Chapel Hill with husband and daughter. As outdoor enthusiasts, they enjoy mountain and road biking, kayaking, hiking and paddle boarding.