Lauren has 15 years of experience in health research, education, and program management. Her background has provided her with in-depth knowledge of health outcomes research, education policy, and grants management.
Lauren served as editor for the 2018 U.S. Status Report on Diversity in Engineering Education. examining areas of growth and changes in racial, ethnic, and minority populations within the engineering field and was funded by The National Science Foundation. Her previous work experience includes proposal strategy for the management of pharmacy benefits, Associate and Interim Director at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Senior Specialist for Clinical Practice Guidelines Development at the American College of Rheumatology and graduate studies in epidemiology and biostatistics as a Master of Public Health executive candidate at Emory University.
Lauren is a native of Miami, Florida, and a graduate of Spelman College with a degree in International Studies as a Target scholar. During her matriculation, Lauren served as Class President, graduate of the Spelman Civic Engagement Fellows program and a JP Morgan Chase scholar for Study Abroad in Madrid, Spain. In her free time, Lauren can be found trading and investing in cryptocurrency and stocks, reading books, watching stand-up comedy, spending time with friends and family, and decompressing to music with her Yorkie.
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