Areas of Practice
- B.A., Political Science, University of Nevada- Reno
Lauren Parobek Warden is a Policy Analyst in the Government Affairs & Advocacy Group with McDonald Carano. She regularly monitors legislative agendas and hearings, tracks candidate contributions, and updates clients on important issues on the state and local level. Lauren possesses a strong understanding of the political process and uses that insight to keep clients up to date on what is going on in the state.
Lauren brings several sessions’ worth of legislative experience to the table, previously lobbying for groups that represented the Realtors Association of Nevada, a myriad of insurance companies, juvenile justice advocates, and more. Her experience and wide breadth of knowledge of the political process make her an important asset to the Government Affairs & Advocacy Team.
A long-time resident of northern Nevada, Lauren attended Reno High School and the University of Nevada Reno, studying political science. In her professional career she has experience working with non-profit organizations and has been actively involved in northern Nevada politics after serving as the Executive Associate and Executive Director of the local business networking group, the Northern Nevada Network.
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