Getting to Know: Lauren Goranson

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Lauren joined our firm in June 2007 as an intern with the firm. She has held various roles including assisting the Wealth Enhancement Group, preparing portfolio updates for clients and serving as Ron’s Executive Assistant. She now focuses on the administration of Human Resources functions as well as planning client events.

Lauren is originally from Western Nebraska and grew up on a ranch in the Sandhills. She is very close to her family and loves to go back and visit any chance she gets. She actually doesn’t mind driving a tractor now that it isn’t a daily occurrence!

Lauren attended Creighton University and has called Omaha her home ever since. She is a mentor with TeamMates and an active member of P.E.O., a women’s service organization. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to concerts/shows/plays and cheering on the Huskers, Bluejays and Scottsbluff Bearcats (where her brother is a teacher, football & basketball coach!).

Lauren with her family:

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