Lauren Duboisset-Broust, Development Coordinator

Lauren is based out of the North Shore and can be found swimming in the ocean or bike touring with her family on one of the Gulf Islands. 

Lauren holds a MSc. degree in Sustainable Development from Uppsala University, Sweden. Her master thesis dealt with indigenous peoples and biodiversity conservation through the analysis of two case studies: the Saami in Laponia and the Izocenos in Bolivia. She’s lived and worked in multiple countries including France, Peru, Mexico, and Ecuador, before making the decision of moving to British Columbia about four years ago. 

Lauren has been invested in various local environmental organisations such as Swim Drink Fish, the Marine Mammal Rescue Center, or EcoNova Education.

She’s very excited to be part of the Raincoast team to protect nature and the emblematic species she grew up dreaming about.

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Lauren Duboisset-Broust in a blue toque having a smile.