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Nathalie Laidler-Kylander

Nathalie Laidler-Kylander

Managing Director; Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation

Nathalie Laidler-Kylander is responsible for identifying and supporting DRK Entrepreneurs.  Nathalie currently serves on the boards of DRK portfolio organizations Noora Health, EForAll, Foster America, Rainforest Connection and Strong Minds.

Nathalie is one of the world’s leading experts on nonprofit brand management. Her passion for understanding and promoting the important role that brand plays for nonprofit organizations has resulted in a decade of research, teaching, and consulting. Nathalie has been a practitioner as well as an academic over the course of her career. Her courses, including many Executive Education programs, and multiple publications have targeted nonprofit leaders, with the goal of building marketing and branding capacity in the sector. Nathalie has supported many of her students as they created and launched social enterprises both at Tufts University, where she taught entrepreneurial marketing, and at Harvard where she currently teaches strategic management for nonprofits.

She has worked extensively in both the private and social sectors over the course of her 30-year career. As a biochemist, an MBA and a PhD, Nathalie also built on her experience in strategy consulting to hold a number of prominent positions in sales, marketing and management at Medtronic Inc. She led Doctors Without Borders programs in Armenia, worked for the UNDP in Senegal, and has consulted to dozens of both large and small nonprofit organizations.

Nathalie received a BS in Biochemistry from Imperial College at London University, an MBA from the Harvard Business School, and a PhD from Fletcher School at Tufts University.

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The Emancipation Network: Fighting Slavery with Social Enterprise and Cause Marketing
This case is featured as part of the Next Billion/WDI 2010 Case Writing Competition. In 2005, Sarah Symons and John Berger founded The Emancipation Network (T.E.N. Charities) to combat slavery…
Publication Date: 07/19/2010 Product ID: 1-429-096