George Mason University
M.S. in Organization Development and Knowledge Management
State University of New York, University at Buffalo
B.F.A. in Dance
International Coaches Federation Coaching Certification
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
EQi 2.0 and EQi 360 (Otto Kroeger Associates)
Certified Team Performance Practitioner (Grove)
Certified to Deliver Impact's Team Performance Indicator
Organization Development Network
International Coach Federation
International Forum of Visual Practitioners (2016 Presenter)
Dance Metro DC
Lauren Green is a graphic facilitator, graphic recorder, digital scribe, and ICF-certified coach with specialties in organization development, strategic communications, and performing arts. Lauren specializes in coaching and facilitating with visual templates, both online and in person. She draws from best practices in adult learning that encourage inclusive and engaging group processes. Lauren holds a master’s in Organization Development and Knowledge Management from George Mason University (2016). Her graduate work includes special concentrations in group dynamics; collaborative technology; knowledge management; self-leadership; diversity and inclusion; and Appreciative Inquiry. She is a certified MBTI® and EQi (emotional intelligence) Practitioner. Lauren is trained in the DiSC Workplace Assessment tool and also certified to deliver the Grove’s Team Performance Model as well as Impact’s Team Performance Indicator.
Lauren does graphic recording (large-scale visual note-taking) for conferences, meetings, workshops, and other events. She aims to create visual knowledge artifacts that increase audience engagement and retention of information shared. She also has the capability to digitally graphic record for online conferences, workshops, and meetings.
In previous work experiences, Lauren has managed online communities for several organizations that span the performing arts, animal welfare, education, and hospitality fields. Lauren enjoys applying performance metaphors and mind-body techniques to her current work. She aims to create an engaging and energized experience for every group that she facilitates.