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Lauren Shaughnessy

As the Director of Measurement and Learning, Lauren Shaughnessy works closely with Habitat’s program teams—Homeownership Development, Homebuyer Readiness, Neighborhood Revitalization, Volunteer Services—to develop strong systems to measure Habitat’s outcomes and progress in serving our key beneficiaries over time. She is also responsible for developing approaches for learning and improvement across the full organization as the size and diversity of Habitat’s portfolio work grows. Before joining Habitat GSF in May 2015, Shaughnessy worked as a consultant at The Bridgespan Group, advising organizations in the education, youth development, public health and community development fields. In this role, she had the opportunity to support multiple organizations with their performance measurement strategy and use of data to understand the impact of their programs. In addition to her mission-driven work, Shaughnessy has been a marketing professional in the corporate sector. She holds a BBA and MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

Posts by Lauren Shaughnessy

A Quest To Incorporate Quantitative Data Into Qualitative Storytelling: Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco’s Experience

  We’ve seen the headlines: the San Francisco Bay Area is experiencing a serious housing crisis. As of August 2015, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin counties had median home prices of $1.35 million, $1.3 million and $1.2 million, respectively. A buyer in these three counties would need to make between $230,000 to $270,000 annually […]

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