Lauren Strickland manages Volt’s corporate social responsibility efforts. She also serves as a liaison with Volt’s business partners on issues of supplier diversity, minority student internships, environmental justice and opportunities of interest with the Sharing the Power Foundation. The Volt-founded foundation is an independently-operated national philanthropic non-profit that advances environmental justice and an inclusive clean energy future through grant making and seeding the next generation of environmental leaders. Lauren currently is assisting the foundation with program management.
Lauren is a 2023 Dream.Org's Green for All Business Council Fellow. The fellowship provides clean energy career opportunities for fellows with leading diverse-owned clean tech firms.
Prior to Volt, Lauren worked as a business development executive in the hospitality industry. She developed innovative strategies and led expansion efforts for leading hospitality groups. Lauren was recognized as Leader of the Year by the Denihan Hospitality Group.
She served on the board of IMPACT, a social impact non-profit based in Washington, DC. She oversaw key partnerships with Capitol Hill leaders and other lawmakers across the country. Lauren has served on KIPP DC's Ambassador Board.
Lauren is a graduate of Howard University with a journalism degree from the school of communications.