Lauren supports qualitative and quantitative data analysis, report writing, data visualization and task management for a wide range of public health projects, from global HIV treatment and prevention to domestic chronic disease prevention. While most of her work is in monitoring and evaluation, she also is building skills in curriculum development and training. Lauren joined ICF after completing a Master’s in Development Practice at Emory University, and brings experience in global health from her time as a Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay as well as domestic experience working with local nonprofits in Atlanta.
Outside of work, Lauren spends her time outdoors, cycling around the city and hiking and climbing in the north Georgia mountains. Lauren also loves to cook and host dinner parties, and has a passion for local food.