What Folks Are Saying

“I cannot thank you enough for all you have done for HRHCare. I am deeply grateful for your creative energy, your roll-your-sleeves-up and get it done attitude and your thorough understanding of the needs of the organization and every team throughout the HRHCare network.”

– Anne Kauffman Nolon, President & CEO, HRHCare

Select client organizations and individuals within:

  • Readers Digest
  • Greenwich Hospital
  • AWARE (Associates for World Action in Rehabilitation & Education)
  • Calvary Hospital
  • Rolemommy.com
  • League of Women Voters Foundation of the State of NY
  • Self-employed business owners and individuals transitioning careers
  • Play Group Theater
  • Westchester Hebrew High School
  • White Plains Performing Arts Center
  • White Plains Library Foundation


“As a mentor, Lauren has been invaluable to me. Not only did she generously recommend me to key contacts, her advice and council was always accurate and timely.”

– Betsy S, during her transition from business owner to development professional in the non-profit sector

“Lauren’s enthusiasm for the crucial role that public libraries play in society was infectious and her ability to bring people together to pursue a common goal was exceptional.”

– Cassie Guthrie, Library Director

“Working with you was one of the most laugh-filled, educational, and satisfying experiences in my very long career. You are incredibly smart and no one gives better direction.”

– Carol Henry, Communication Consultant

“I am halfway through my first term as president of the WPPL Foundation, and Lauren’s help to me personally has been significant. I have no background in fundraising. Working with Lauren has been my “fundraising 101.” She has been a mentor, a sounding board, and a guide.”

– Jeane Garment, former Library President

“You helped to bring things out within myself that I had been putting on the back burner. I am a better leader and professional today thanks to you and for that I am deeply grateful.”

– Emily Fetteroff, Director of Advocacy & Communication, HRHCare

“I learned so much – you are fantastic at what you do.”

– Laura Kreiser, MPH student, University of Richmond

“TUMMLER, a Yiddish word the American Heritage Dictionary defines as 1. One such as a social director or entertainer who encourages great participation, 2. One who incites others to act. This suits Lauren to a “T”. It’s what makes her special. She has a real gift for inspiring others to participate and act. A successful TUMMLER must be likeable, a good talker and a good mixer. Lauren is all these things. She’s easy to talk to and she develops a quick rapport with a wide variety of people.”

– Judith Nevins, former Library President