Lauren leads Posner Center’s impact programming, which focuses on M&E, professional and organizational development, and promoting and advocating for the Posner Center community. She directs strategic programs, including our annual Posner Center Symposium, the Report on Collaborative Global Development, and our grant fund, the International Collaboration Fund (ICF).
Lauren is a systems improvement specialist with a focus on mission effectiveness, impact measurement, and software implementation. She founded Denver-based Consultants for Good, a network of consultants working with nonprofits and organizations focused on social impact. She previously served as Program and Project Manager with Epic Systems, one of the largest providers of health information technology, and was also Community Outreach Manager for Urban League of Greater Madison. In 2013, she founded Women’s Micro-financing Network (WoMiN) in Jinja, Kampala, and Lingira Island, Uganda, serving as an ongoing collaborator. Lauren is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Social Welfare Policy program.