Lauren’s role as Knowledge and Innovation Leader is unique within an architectural firm. She possesses an intimate knowledge of current education research, trends and critical issues, and she uses that knowledge to expand our expertise in how we work with educators to design innovative learning environments that enable personalized learning for students. Lauren developed her understanding of educational protocol, best practices and innovative thinking through five years of working within the educational sphere. She completed her Master of Arts in Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies in Education at Stanford University. Lauren is a member of the Society of College and University Planners, and she’s a frequent speaker at conferences.
"One of the many things that attracted me to NAC Architecture is their acknowledgement of the important role physical space plays in the creation of an educational experience for students and teachers. Recognizing that physical space should be considered with the same intentionality and purposefulness as curriculum design or instructional practice, it's been an incredible journey working with our designers to create inspirational spaces that support the whole learner."