Over the past year Lauren has watched professional Christian women awakening to their presence in God’s waiting room. Working through career transitions, a desired promotion, a terrible work environment, or even a layoff, we all have the common questions of God. “What’s next?” “Why?”
Processing, anger, grief, anxiety and uncertainty all though an open and honest dialogue with God, Lauren has seen transforming views about how God is moving in each of their lives.
Spend time with us learning about a few of God’s faithful that waited in the Bible and from working women that waited, and still are.
Lauren Stibgen, Operations Executive, Private Family Office
Lauren is an operations leader in the private wealth/family office industry and has served her current client for fifteen years. With deep expertise in human resources and development, her position has spanned the areas of information technology, public relations, risk management, marketing and philanthropy. She successfully supported a full operational separation for her client from an operating business they held for decades. Her goal is to ensure that her client’s personal and business needs are served, and that her internal teams are all working towards the same.
Prior to working in private wealth, Lauren served for ten plus years in human resources leadership for a motorcoach manufacturing company, and in learning and development and sales management for a global staffing organization.
An avid networker, Lauren leads weekly prayer groups for Christian female executives and a regular Bible study for women that want to grow their boldness in living out their faith at work. She is an executive board member for the Center for Faith and Innovation at Wheaton College.
Lauren holds her Bachelor’s of Communications and Industrial Psychology from DePaul University and a Masters of Jurisprudence in Business Law from Loyola University Chicago.