"I like ancient stuff"

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.

Q&A with Fahoury Ink storyteller Lauren Harris


What do you love about what you do?
Where do I start?! First and foremost, I love the opportunity to be creative and help our clients tell their stories better. I love the satisfaction of crafting the perfect headline or a clever blog post that resonates with our clients. And I also appreciate the variety. I get to work with clients in varying industries, which means I’m always learning and expanding my niche.

Favorite business book and why?
Building a Story Brand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen by Donald Miller. As a content writer, it’s my responsibility to channel the voice of our clients and relay their story in the most clear and engaging way, while staying true to their brand. This book is a valuable guide for creating impactful content that checks those boxes. 

Business philosophy in a nutshell?
Listening is the key to understanding. Satisfied clients are the core of our business. And working with diverse clients with unique needs, it’s impossible to deliver the best results unless you can really grasp what they’re looking for.

Secret talent?
If there’s a nail on a highway, I will find it and run over it. I’m the reason there are tire warranties.

Pet peeve?
The serial comma!

Most embarrassing song on your playlist?
Unfortunately, there are several! My kids are big fans of Kidz Bop and JoJo Siwa.

What someone might be surprised to know about you?
While an undergrad at Rutgers, I was a sportswriter for the student-run newspaper, The Daily Targum. I covered women’s softball.