She has worked with clients to lift performance and support agile, risk-based and intelligence-led regulation and create regulatory frameworks that remain fit-for-purpose.
Lauren spent six years working in management at the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services, including driving large-scale, whole-of-government initiatives affected by health and environmental issues and with significant cross-departmental cost implications. She is skilled in research and analysis, managing ethically complex projects and working in complex stakeholder environments.
Lauren is passionate about healthcare and patient rights and sat on the Human Research Ethics Committee at the Royal Women’s Hospital for six years. She holds a Master of Public Health, a Bachelor of Science (psychology) and a Bachelor of Arts (French) from the University of NSW. She also holds a Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults from Cambridge University.
Lauren can be found playing basketball and netball (quite badly) and building pillow forts (quite well) with her husband and two young children.