Lauren entered the world of design through research – taking the storytelling aspect of consumer insights to the next level by expanding her research repertoire to be ‘conversational’ in as many methodologies as possible.
She moved from upstate New York to attend Boston University and has enjoyed living in New England ever since. Lauren has vast agency and in-house experience – working at companies such as John Hancock, Wayfair, and Forrester. Lauren utilizes her lifetime-learner mindset while optimizing external partnerships, building relationships, and partnering across internal teams.
Lauren is passionate about sustainability – if she had a magic wand, she’d use it to reduce waste by designing sustainably sourced, recyclable/compostable food packaging. When not saving the world through package design, she enjoys cross-stitch and playing with her dog, Hops.
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