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Alumni Spotlight: Laura Bosworth-Bucher

October 14, 2013

Headshot of Laura Bosworth

Laura Bosworth is CEO and co-founder of TeVido BioDevices, an early stage life sciences/biotech start-up using 3D bio-printing to develop tissue engineered products for reconstructive surgery, wound-healing and burns. 

With a B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Texas at El Paso she started her career in manufacturing process development for IBM Austin.

Laura quickly moved into management where she led custom software development projects and launched a Technical Marketing Center earning a General Manager's Award for her contributions to sales. At Dell, she built strategic business partnerships, led software product marketing and created multiple technical sales support functions: enabling over $500M in sales. She launched a professional services business unit and has expertise in customer support services. Using her cross-functional and international experience, she developed corporate wide strategies that reduced operating costs by ~$120M and improved customer satisfaction by 40-50%.

In her spare time, she mentors "start-ups" and is co-founder of a Women's Entrepreneurship Accelerator, Ms. Bosworth serves on numerous boards: UTEP's College of Engineering Advisory Board, she is Chair-Elect for SafePlace (domestic violence/sexual assault center), Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME, a STEM Organization) and has volunteered with other STEM focused organization such as GirlStart, GENAustin and the UT Women in Engineering Program. She volunteers as a Spanish interpreter at a Healthcare Clinic that serves low-income individuals who could not otherwise afford medical care.