Lauryn Magno serves as a program associate at the Water Foundation, where she collaborates closely with program officers on a diverse range of water issues. She aims to safeguard watersheds and secure clean, reliable water sources for communities across the country.
Before joining the Water Foundation, she was a Water Policy Associate at the Environmental Policy Innovation Center (EPIC). At EPIC, she worked to ensure the equitable allocation of public water infrastructure funds, primarily through the State Revolving Loan Funds programs, and increasing disadvantaged communities’ access to those funds. In addition, she’s held various internships including as an Environmental Policy Research Intern at the U.S. Embassy in Suva, Fiji and a Conservation Science Lead Intern at Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) in the Florida Keys. Lauryn received a BA in International Relations from Oakland University.