Lauren Quinn

Network Specialist (Funding)

As a key member of the Network team, Lauren's role is to support centres with funded contracts by providing them with guidance on how to assist learners, how to use the Good Things Foundation websites and how they can get the most out of their project.

In her spare time Lauren can often be found visiting friends in a different city or at home in Solihull seeing her family (and pooch). Lauren also enjoys arts and crafts or learning a new skill, her current projects are learning to knit, code and speak Spanish - all through the use of digital! 

Lauren says...
"The work Good Things does is important as it addresses social challenges by providing individuals with the opportunity to learn new skills. Working closely with the network, Good Things have been able to truly understand what support is needed for these individuals in order to expand their capabilities and have been able to create a broad range of programmes suited to different learners. I think it is the breadth of the programmes which make Good Things unique as they are able to engage a varied audience meaning there is something for everyone."

Emily researches the issues and barriers people face in engaging with the online world.