Communications and Marketing Assistant
Laurel Conrad is the Communications and Marketing Associate at the Claremont Institute, where she focuses on elevating the organization's presence and increasing its audience via online mediums. Before joining Claremont in 2017, Laurel was the program director at the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute (CBLPI), an organization that seeks to empower conservative college women. At CBLPI, Laurel managed all aspects of the organization's communications, campus, and intern programs.
Laurel earned her B.A. in government from Cornell University. During her senior year at Cornell, Laurel was the president of two conservative clubs, The Cornell Review and the Network of Enlightened Women.