Lauren Kaufmann

Lauren Kaufmann
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Lauren Kaufmann is a second-year doctoral student and Platt Fellow in Business Ethics. Her research interests include corporate social responsibility and ethical decision-making in organizations.

Her recent awards include the Connie Duckworth Fellowship (2017), Marc and Diane Spilker Corporate Governance Fellowship (2017), Society for Business Ethics Founders’ Award (2017), George James Doctoral Fellowship (2016), and Class of 1939 Fellowship (2016).

Lauren holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and a MSc from the London School of Economics (with Distinction). Prior to enrolling at Wharton, Lauren worked in the field of impact investing.

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