Lauren Ingram is currently a healthtech angel investor and MBA candidate at Vanderbilt University’s Owen School of Management, where she is a Forte Fellow and the recipient of the Melinda Owen Bass Scholarship. Prior to returning to school, she was with Frist Cressey Ventures (FCV) as a founding member of the Partnership Development Team. As part of Partnership Development, Lauren supported the FCV portfolio companies, managed relationships with L.P.s, and created thought leadership in the digital health sector.
Lauren is also the sitting chair of the National Advisory Council for the Ensworth School in Nashville, Tennessee. In this role, she serves on the board of trustees for the school. Additionally, Lauren is a member of the Princeton University Anthropology Alumni Board, sits on the board of directors for the Frist Foundation, and is a 2023 recipient of the Harvard Young American Leader distinction. Before joining FCV, Lauren conducted research on sustainable investment in rural health and completed her Master of Arts in the Department of Medicine, Health, and Society at Vanderbilt University. Prior to returning to pursue her M.A., she worked as a Director of Sales and Solutions Consulting at Quid Inc., a data analytics and natural language processing company in San Francisco. Lauren graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and certificates in Global Health and American Studies.
In her free time, Lauren can be found with her husband, Baxter, backcountry skiing, hiking, reading, and road-tripping to explore the rural United States.