Filmmaker, educator and entrepreneur Lauren Speeth founded The Elfenworks Foundation “In Harmony With Hope” and Elfenworks Productions LLC using knowledge gained from her work in the Silicon Valley from the startup to the Fortune 50 levels, dating to the early 1980s. She now leverages this high-tech experience, the power of partnership, and a gift for storytelling to foster creative solutions “on the cutting edge of hope.1” Speeth also advises The Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, where she was an architect/programmer for their website inequality.com and orchestrated their launch with A Concert for Hope. She is a Lifetime Member of the Board of Councilors at The Carter Center, and a Regent of Saint Mary’s College of California. For her work, Speeth was named one of 40 Women of Influence by Saint Mary’s College and awarded a Doctor of Law Honoris Causa from Golden Gate University.
Founding Member, CPI Advisory Board
The Elfenworks Foundation