Lauren Harms Milford

Acting Editor

Lauren is curious, and always looking to learn, which is why she loves interviewing St. Louisans from all walks of life and all over the region. Over the years, her career has spanned medical publishing, academic marketing and communication, and video production. She’s an avid reader, a regular runner and a newbie glamper. Learn more at laurenmilford.com.

Contributions


Defining
Geospatial

Leaders in the region explain geospatial technology and the many ways it's being used in St. Louis.

Full Circle

Tru Kellman is improving health outcomes for Black women with a wraparound model of care at Missouri's first equal access…

Brewing Community

St. Louis brewers find new ways to connect with beer lovers and continue their businesses during the pandemic.

Opening Doors

Dwayne Smith's first job was with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and now, through education, he seeks to build up the…

Learning Through Play

Therapists who work with children on the autism spectrum shift their delivery methods to support families during the pandemic.

Data for the Greater Good

Saint Louis University professor Enbal Shacham, Ph.D., uses geospatial techniques to track the spread of the coronavirus.

woman wearing a blue blazer smiling

4 Hands For Hands

4 Hands Brewery adds a new product to its beer and spirit offerings – hand sanitizer.

4 hands van delivering hand sanitizer on market st

Creating Through Crisis

Mee Jey, an immigrant artist from India, tells community stories through her art in St. Louis and abroad.

MeeJey

Home(Town) Brew

Here in one of the nation's top beer cities, St. Louis brewers are shaping the industry's future.

A man pulls a beer tap in a brewery

Road Trip

Brothers Nick and Irfan Sinanovic are innovating the trucking industry through their rapidly growing, St. Louis-based company Vega Transport.

Nick Sinanovic in a Vega Transport Truck

Finding the Spirit

SLU professors Pauline Lee and Rachel Lindsey are exploring what religion in unexpected places means to St. Louis’s future.

Slu Religion Masthead

Cooking with Love

Through food, ‘MamaCat’ Cathy Daniels nurtures and respects St. Louis’s unhoused residents.