Title: Lauren Drake Social Media & Communications Coordinator
Email: Lauren@nongmoproject.org

Lauren, a Washington state native, comes to the Non-GMO Project from her previous position at a Seattle-based PR firm. Her lifelong passion for environmental, economic, and social sustainability drew her to the Project and provides a source of daily inspiration for her work.

Holding a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Public Relations from Western Washington University, Lauren utilizes her media-savvy to help educate and empower consumers through the Project’s various social media and communications channels.

In her downtime, you can find Lauren traversing the North Cascades, enjoying live music, or sampling the season’s best at local restaurants.

 

Articles by this contributor:


February 22, 2019

Behind the Non-GMO Project’s Mission

Learn more about the seven belief statements behind the Non-GMO Project’s nonprofit mission. You’ll find information about how we support these beliefs within our organization and beyond, along with additional hyperlinks to learn more about each of these commitments. 1. We believe everyone has a right to know what is in their food and deserves access… » Read more


January 29, 2019

New Year, New FAQs

You asked and we answered. In an effort to provide full transparency to our readers and make more readily available the information you want most, we’ve recently updated our frequently asked questions page. Over the past year, your top three most frequently asked questions were: 1.  Why does the Non-GMO Project verify products like orange… » Read more


November 12, 2018

Veterans Cultivate More Than Produce at Growing Veterans

Situated in the northwestern corner of Washington state, a three acre farm is a refuge for the ex-service members who run Growing Veterans, a Lynden-based nonprofit. The modest plot of land primarily produces hops, honey, and garlic—but Growing Veterans cultivates much more than just crops. The organization helps veterans plant roots in their community, providing… » Read more