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Laura MacIntyre

Laura MacIntyre

PeopleWomen's Leadership Council

Laura MacIntyre

Chief Revenue Officer

Laura is the Chief Revenue Officer for Dimont, a leading specialty insurance services company headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Previously she was the Director of Sales for DocMagic, a leading document management company. For the next 15 years, Laura was with Fidelity National Financial, where she was Chief Operating Officer of the LPS Desktop, a leading technology in the default servicing space. Currently Laura serves on several boards and holds a finance degree from the University of Saint Thomas in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She lives in Woodbury Minnesota, and has four children.

Areas of Expertise
I have a great command of the sales process and team building. My career has been focused on building businesses and creating new products to deliver to the market.

Areas of expertise upon which I would like to continue learning.
I am always looking at taking technology and finding new ways to deploy it in the marketplace.

What three keywords best describe you?
Innovative, Positive, Persistent

Personal Motto
Get up early and I never get out of bed until my attitude is positive. Sometimes it takes me an hour, but I know starting out the day right is important to having a successful day.

What are you passionate about?
I am passionate about working out, eating right, helping those in need and playing poker. I love cards and hanging with my friends and family.

What is something interesting about you that members might not know?
I have a passion for helping the less fortunate. I am part of the Omindi mission and travel to Africa each year building clinics and setting up medical stations to help those with basic needs.

Who has been a role model for you?
My mom, she worked hard to raise three girls on her own and she has helped so much in me being the independent women I am today.

What are you most proud of?
I am most proud of my ability to lead people to greatness and to develop young leaders into business. I have had the opportunity to work with some of the greatest people in the industry and I have loved seeing them pursue their dreams.

What would you say are the key success factors for a mentoring relationship?
Patience first, but then you need to help those you are mentoring uncover their strengths and challenge them to pursue their gifts. Mentoring has a lot to do with giving someone the tools they need to guide them to succeed.

What advice would you give yourself as a young executive?
Do as many jobs as you can, learn as much as you can about the industry you are in and if you have any opportunity to network, do it. Find a mentor, get up early every day and show up. Lastly, always smile.

What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started your career?
That everyone is virtually in the same boat as you are and that the difference makers are the ones who take risks. There is always someone smarter than you are and if you surround yourself with smart people, they usually will take you along.