Enriching the value of a nonprofit organization is about more than raising money. It’s about elevating the cause, the organization’s profile and spirits–both internally and externally. It’s about fulfilling potential, then venturing into new realms of possibility. The goal? To be invaluable. Irreplaceable. And sustainable for the long run.
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Lauren’s role as a lead architect in shaping the most transformational chapter in Country Day’s history was central to our success. She helped articulate a bold vision, galvanized the school community around it, and built a comprehensive, future-minded advancement function to fuel it. This remarkable effort has positioned Country Day as a national leader for generations to come.~ Walker Poole, Trustee and Comprehensive Campaign Co-Chair
Lauren helped us synthesize four years of thinking, testing, and imagining into a single coherent and actionable plan. She has an exquisite talent for asking the questions that challenge your assumptions, illuminate the gaps in your thinking, and stretch you beyond where you thought you could go. Working with her is power yoga for the mind – leaving you focused, clear, and motivated.~ Kathryn Hill, President and CEO, Levine Museum of the New South
Lauren’s wisdom, experience, and encouragement was instrumental in our ability to tweak our facility and capital campaign plans mid-stream for ultimate success. She not only helped us position our organization for a critical and urgent short-term win, but also for long-term sustainability.~ Shelly Moore, President and CEO, Humane Society of Charlotte
Vandever Batten has helped make our public library the national leader it has become over the last 20 years. Lauren is the ultimate connector, always engaging the right people to address a critical urgent need and propel the organization forward. She’s a fearless yet charming and focused problem-solver—a trusted resource for any ambitious nonprofit that dares to be invaluable for the long term.~ Robin Branstrom, former Board Chair of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and Children’s Theatre of Charlotte