Lauren joined Johnson & Johnson in 2015 as Vice President, Global Community Impact. She has held leadership roles in Corporate Social Innovation, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Philanthropic efforts at eBay Inc (2009-2015) and Starbucks Coffee Company (2000-2008). Prior to her work in Corporate Social Responsibility, she held leadership roles with several NGOs.
Lauren is a member of the Aspen Institute's Business and Society Leaders Forum, the Clinton Global Initiative, and the GOOD Corps/Lab. She is a member of the Cornerstone Capital Global Advisory Council. Lauren has held Board and Officer roles with Philanthropy Northwest, Seattle Arts & Lectures, Association for Corporate Philanthropy Professionals, the Conference Board's Corporate Contributions Council, and a number of councils and working groups.
26 Jun 2019
The last SDG Dashboard shows that global efforts to achieve Good Health and Wellbeing (SDG3) are making progress towards this development goal. However, this progress is uneven – communities that are remote or inaccessible continue to be denied quality healthcare…Read More