As Senior Project Manager of the Community Educator Learning Hub on the Next Education Workforce team, Lauren manages strategy and partnerships for the ASU MLFTC resources designed to support youth-serving professionals and volunteers who deepen and personalize student learning.
Lauren is a global education professional with expertise in strategic partnerships, social impact, and program and partner management. Her career in education has taken her to five continents, teaching in US public schools, developing international education projects at a multilateral development bank, building strategic partnerships at edtech companies, and managing an education nonprofit. She holds an Executive MBA from Georgetown University, and an MAEd and a BA in Hispanic Studies from the College of William and Mary. Lauren was a Rotary World Peace Fellow at the Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina (2011-12) and an Education Pioneers Summer Fellow in Washington, DC (2023).
Executive Master of Business Administration - Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Master of Arts in Education, Curriculum and Instruction - College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Studies - College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA