Lauren A. Burke, Esq.
Lauren (she/her), born and raised in western MA, turned her precocious childhood into a life of social entrepreneurship. Fluent in Mandarin, Lauren started her career as a lawyer for trafficked children and has since founded Atlas: DIY, Immigration Nation, Camp Equity, and Notehouse—software for everyone who takes notes on humans. Lauren now uses her privilege and lessons to support lived-experience leaders through her consulting agency, The Possible LAB. Lauren has been named a Skadden Fellow, an Echoing Green Fellow, a Forbes 30 Under 30, and her work has been featured in the New York Times, on NPR’s All Things Considered, and in four documentary pieces. She lives in Conway with her partner, two children, dog, cat and many many books. Connect with Lauren on LinkedIn.