Colorado native Lauren Noser has a decade of experience in public relations, policy communications, public affairs, campaign development, grassroots advocacy and issues management. Her work in Washington and Denver has bolstered her expertise across multiple sectors, from health care and technology, to issues and policy, to sports and entertainment. She takes a uniquely strategic approach to client work by first developing a bird’s eye view and then swooping in to implement the plan to perfection. Lauren serves on the Board of Directors at SafeHouse Denver, is a member the 2018 class of Impact Denver and a longtime mentor for Denver Kids. She loves spending free time with her husband and their golden retriever, Maribelle.
Curious, focused, dedicated
Lauren graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill where she double-majored in journalism and political science. But her career path can really be traced back to her junior year at Highlands Ranch High School, where she served on Student Senate the year they hosted a national conference. She was assigned as the public relations lead for the event. When 9News showed up—after months of pitching—she realized how much she loved PR. Lauren and her husband wed in 2020 and they love to spend time with her parents for a night of cards and Dad’s famous spaghetti. Her travels have taken her to many beautiful places; two favorites include honeymooning in Hawaii and tracing her family’s heritage while eating her way through Italy.