Lauren Brown Jarvis

Writer and Producer Lauren Brown Jarvis attended Spelman College and in 2011 produced Digital Doyennes: Wisdom from Women who Lead in Social Media and Digital Innovation

Lauren blogs about women and technology at Digital Doyennes, writes regularly for and, and is a regular contributor The Young Turks, Huffington Post, and Huff Post Live.

Lauren has written and produced content for The Weather Channel, Georgia Public Broadcasting, Upscale Magazine, Clutch, Magazine and more. Combing her love for media, the written word and technology, Lauren's passion now lies in helping executives, entrepreneurs, educators and non profits find paths to meaningful online engagement via social networking.

Her uncanny ability to make any event "social" has allowed her to produce live social media events with Jack and Jill National Visionary Leadership Project, Black Women's Film Network, Alliance for Women in Media, Women in Film and Television-Atlanta, Spelman College, Urban League of Young Professionals Greater Atlanta, New Leaders Council and the NAACP.

Lauren has previously served as National Communications Director for New Leaders Council and as Community Director Fellow for In 2013 she also spent a brief time on the campaign trail as the Political Director for Martin Skelly for Congress.

In 2009 Lauren was named a New Media Institute Fellow by the National Black Programming Consortium, in 2010 a New Leaders Council Fellow and in 2011 she became an alum of New Organizing Institute's BlackRoots New Media Bootcamp.

She splits her time between Atlanta, Southern California, and South Carolina.