Lauren Stralo

Media Relations Associate
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
(610) 758-3969
lkw214@lehigh.edu

Lauren Stralo is a media relations associate in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. In addition to assisting with media outreach at Lehigh, she writes stories for the university's online news site.

She joined Lehigh’s staff in 2014 after working as a web content editor. Her experience includes writing for several travel publications including National Geographic’s award-winning Intelligent Travel blog. She spent four months living in Dublin, Ireland her junior year of college, and was given the opportunity to write for her school’s travel blog as well.

Stralo holds a B.A. in visual communications and international studies from The Pennsylvania State University.


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University Communications will conduct a test of the emergency communications on Lehigh’s website beginning at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 15.

The impact of social media