Lauren Greenawalt

Fellow, Public Interest Technology

Lauren Greenawalt is a Public Interest Technology Fellow at New America. Prior to her role at New America, Greenawalt was an Urban Fellow on the project management team at New York City’s Mayor’s Office of Operations on the project management team. Greenawalt worked on criminal and administrative justice, traffic safety, and place-based initiatives. In her work, Greenawalt focused on data and metrics, interagency collaboration, and public accountability. Greenawalt previously worked as a fellow or intern at Boston’s Citywide Data Analytic Team, Living Cities and National League of Cities.  

Greenawalt graduated from Harvard College with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a secondary field in government. During her time at Harvard, Greenawalt taught civics at public schools, tutored at a county correctional facility, and helped facilitate government simulation conferences for high school students. 

Greenawalt started her career in public service at City Year, Washington D.C. and City Year, Los Angeles, and is proud AmeriCorps alumnus.