Lauren M. Supina
Lauren Supina serves as Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the Office for Women's Initiatives and Outreach. In this capacity, she is responsible for directing, managing and overseeing outreach efforts, daily operations and staff activities of the Women's Office and reporting to President Clinton on issues relating to women and families.
Before joining the Clinton Administration, Ms. Supina was Director of External Relations for Ameritech in Chicago. In that position, Ms. Supina created linkages between the Chicago-based telecommunications company and the Chicago Business, non-profit and cultural community. Prior to her position at Ameritech, Ms. Supina was the founding director of the Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum (WLF). Under her leadership, the WLF grew from a core group of 10 women into a 15,000 member organization with chapters in every major U.S. city.
Ms. Supina is a graduate of the University of Texas in Austin with a BA in Government. She has served on numerous community boards and has been active in several community-based projects.
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