Lauren Wesley Wilson is on a mission to see more women of color holding senior positions in communications as president of ColorComm, Inc. Wilson credits her ability to build relationships to managing communications for a United States Congresswoman and bringing the top Black women in media to ColorComm’s upcoming inaugural conference.
Lauren Wesley Wilson is a professional communicator and acclaimed entrepreneur. As the Founder of ColorComm, she has been recognized by: PR Week 40 Under 40, 93.9 WKYS 30 under 30, and Washington Women in PR’s Emerging Leader Award. Lauren also serves as a Communications strategist at MSL Group, one of the top Corporate PR firms in the nation. Lauren has been featured in the Washington Post, Black Enterprise, EBONY, and many other publications. Prior to this role, Lauren served as the Communications Director for a Ranking Member of Congress. From there, she worked for Obama For America at the Florida Campaign Headquarters as a Media Booker. Lauren is a graduate of Spelman College and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations. While at Spelman, she studied at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa. Lauren continued her studies in Washington, D.C, where she earned a Master’s degree in Communications from Georgetown University.