Laura Draper

Senior Copywriter
Laura is ThoughtSpot’s Senior Copywriter and resident word nerd. She likes astrology just the right amount and iced lattes a little too much. When she isn't obsessing over headlines or writing stories about data, you can find her exploring the hiking trails and vintage malls of Portland, OR. No, the rain doesn't bother her. Yes, she's sure.
Laura is ThoughtSpot’s Senior Copywriter and resident word nerd. She likes astrology just the right amount and iced lattes a little too much. When she isn't obsessing over headlines or writing stories about data, you can find her exploring the hiking trails and vintage malls of Portland, OR. No, the rain doesn't bother her. Yes, she's sure.

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