Lauren Paul holds two Bachelor's Degrees from the University of Colorado, Boulder: one in Fine Art and the other in Spanish Translation and Interpretation. She holds both a Master's degree in Accounting and a Master's degree of Business Administration from the University of Colorado, Denver.
Lauren has traveled extensively throughout the world and loves to experience outdoor adventure, art, history, music and food everywhere she visits.
She enjoys figure skating, scuba diving, competing in triathalons, making art, listening to history podcasts and networking.
Engaging with the community as a volunteer is a high priority to Lauren. She has served as President of the Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance Northern Colorado chapter for 3 years, and also as the Secretary of the Fort Collins Figure Skating Club for three years. She currently volunteers in various roles for Junior League, Project Self Sufficiency and the Loveland Artist's Collective. She loves attending the Launch NoCo's 1 Million Cups events, inspired by entrepreneurs as she works on her own Amoeba Art Collective.
Lauren has worked in a variety of industries, including private equity, non-profit, agriculture, manufacturing and consulting for Colorado Title 32 Special Districts. She teaches a few courses in accounting at Front Range Community College and is now very happy to be starting her first semester teaching as an Adjunct Professor of Accounting at Colorado State University. A dream come true! She loves to share the joy of understanding the financials and helping others to understand the language of accounting.