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NPM Athletes to Continue Careers

 
 
 

Lauren Gooch

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Lauren is currently a senior at Susquehanna University majoring in Marketing and Advertising Communications with a Business Administration minor. She has worked at The Home Page Network for 4 years now, and is so grateful for the second family it has given her. As a correspondent, her favorite part is working with the local businesses and giving them the opportunity to share their brand story through creative slogans, commercials, interviews, and marketing techniques.

Through Movin’ Together, we hope to encourage others to be their best in order to bless others. When we feel our best, we are able to give our time and talents to better serve God and other people in our lives. Lauren’s dream is to one day be an inspirational speaker to encourage others to discover their passion, pursue their purpose, and live their lives for Christ. God has done so many incredible things, and we hope to share His light with the world.

When she’s not on camera, Lauren enjoys many other hobbies including music, public speaking, writing, scrap-booking, and photography. At Susquehanna, she enjoys being a tour guide for the Susquehanna University Admissions office, creating advertising as the Editor for Sigma Alpha Iota Professional Music Fraternity, leading a large group each week for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and serving as the Vice President of Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership honor society for juniors and seniors.

Lauren is excited to see all that we will accomplish through The Home Page Network, with God’s hand leading us through each day. Thank you for being a part of our journey and we hope you will keep moving through life with us!

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