Lauren Boyle is a program associate on Arabella’s Managed Organizations team. She provides financial, compliance, programmatic, and operational support to a diverse array of social impact projects within the New Venture Fund, a 501(c)(3) public charity, and the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a 501(c)(4). Her portfolio focuses on civic engagement, equity, advocacy, and social justice.
Prior to joining Arabella Advisors, Lauren participated in the fellowship program at M.J. Murdock Trust, sponsored by the Oregon Leadership Development Institute in Vancouver, Washington. During her time there, she conducted research on nonprofits and the effectiveness of their fundraising programs, facilitated convenings for nonprofit leaders and young professionals, and supported the Trust’s grants management program. Lauren’s experience also includes serving as an AmeriCorps member. In that role, she worked at the intersection of social justice and sustainability to coordinate community development and environmental justice projects across Detroit Public Schools. Lauren also directed the Volunteer Services program at Hope College.
Lauren graduated with a BA in psychology from Hope College with a minor in leadership. She also represented the college to donors and alumni as the student ambassador. In her free time, Lauren is active in advocacy cohorts and loves reading good books.