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Lauren Harris Content Developer

Fahoury Ink’s resident grammarian and outspoken advocate for comma correctness, Lauren Harris lends her considerable writing skills to content projects of all shapes and sizes. Her love of the written word initially led her to Rutgers University, where she majored in English and communication and served as a staff sports writer at The Daily Targum.

Fahoury Ink’s resident grammarian and outspoken advocate for comma correctness, Lauren Harris lends her considerable writing skills to content projects of all shapes and sizes.

Her love of the written word initially led her to Rutgers University, where she majored in English and communication and served as a staff sports writer at The Daily Targum. Soon after, Lauren relocated to Southern California with her heart set on career in publishing, but when she finally peeled the “Books – Not Nooks!” bumper sticker off her car, she discovered the world of marketing, branding and content creation.

She began writing online content for an eco-friendly housewares retailer — the perfect fit for an earth-conscious vegetarian. Lauren moved on to work as a marketing communications specialist, developing multi-channel marketing campaigns, newsletters, trend reports and catalog copy for a popular fashion accessories line in Orange County.

In 2013, Lauren found herself back in her home state at Fahoury Ink. When she’s not crafting the perfect subject line, her precocious kindergartner and sleep-loathing baby boy are coveting most of her free time.