Lauren CamperMrs. Camper is a Manager in the Global Compliance and Ethics Department for Teva Pharmaceuticals. Mrs. Camper holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, a Master in Business Administration from The University of Louisiana, Monroe and is a Certified Fraud Examiner.

In addition to working in a career that she is passionate about, Mrs. Camper is dedicated to ensuring children have a successful experience inside and outside the classroom. Mrs. Camper sits on the leadership committee for the Multicultural Parents Association in Springfield Township Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, which seeks parent, teacher and administrative support to ensure all students of a diverse background have an inclusive experience in the K-12 learning environment. Mrs. Camper has successfully worked to help ensure a more diverse curriculum, worked to provide parents and students with anti-bias training and moderated conversations between residents and Police Officers to address the over-criminalization of minority children.

Further, Mrs. Camper is also a proud hockey mom. She was actively involved as a board member for Revolution Youth Ice Hockey Tier II (Treasurer) and the Co-Fundraising Chair for the organization. In this role, Mrs. Camper helped cultivate change by having a position on diversity and inclusion adopted by the club and displayed publicly on the club website. Additionally, she chaired a committee and helped award the organizations first ever scholarships to deserving student athletes based hockey, academic and civic performance. Lastly, she created an initiative for each of the club’s teams to perform community service projects and also worked to help execute a fundraiser for Hammerheads Hockey, in which the organization raised funds to donate to disabled players; providing players with a rewarding experience to play in games alongside their hockey brothers and sisters on sleds. Mrs. Camper is passionate about creating a fair and equitable experience for all players and shaping well-rounded human beings as they navigate their hockey careers. Mrs. Camper’s interests include reading and crafting. She and her husband have two sons.