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What's your most memorable JT moment?

Calling a live military flyover in perfect coordination with the singing of the “God Bless America” while directing the program at the Grand Opening of the Clinton Presidential Center.

Lauren joined Jasculca Terman in 2004 and works on a variety of projects with both public and private sector clients.

In 2013, Lauren served as the production liaison to City Hall/ field producer on the IDA nominated series, CHICAGOLAND, produced by Robert Redford and Laura Michalsychn of Sundance Productions and Marc Levin and Marc Benjamin of BrickCity TV.

Most recently, Lauren and her team have worked with the Chicago Community Trust to produce a series of videos in conjunction with the On the Table initiative. In addition, Lauren has produced videos for a wide range of clients including ADA 25 Chicago, IAMHP, DeVry University, Advantage Academy, the National Minority Supplier Diversity Council, the American Medical Association, the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission and the Presidential Appointee Leadership Program.

In 2011 and 2015, Lauren acted as the stage manager for the inaugural of the Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel. She was also the executive stage producer for the APEC Women and the Economy Summit in San Francisco. In 2012, she handled the overall stage production for the World Summit of the Nobel Peace Laureates. Other major events stage managed and produced by Lauren include: the grand opening of the William J Clinton Presidential Library, the grand opening of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, CURE’s annual benefit gala, and the GCM Grosvenor SEM conference.

Lauren graduated from Marquette University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting and electronic communications. She currently sits on the governing board of Kartemquin Films.

Lauren Foley IN THE NEWS

  • CURE Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Star-Studded Gala

    Posted: May 4, 2016 in

    JT was proud to once again team up with Susan Axelrod, founder of Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE), and her husband, David, as they celebrated the 20th Anniversary of the organization with a star-studded program