Lauren has a profound need to nurture our children of the future. She believes in helping them reach their highest potential and then going even further.
She believes in fight for our basic human rights and that everyone should be well informed regarding his/her civil rights. Lauren is a fighter when in comes to helping her clients navigate within the judicial system. She practices law with conviction and with a very strong code of ethics.
Lauren P. Raysor's compassion for the youth inspired her to write the book Living the Wealthy Life: 18 Principles to Achieving Success, Prosperity and Happiness. Her book is dedicated to our youth
- Metroplitan Black Bar Association
- Motivators and Creators (Macs Women's Summit)
- New York Women's Chamber of Commerce
Lauren Raysor, Esq. Contributions: 1.The Learning Tree Multicultural School 2. Mount Pleasant Christian School from Elementary to High School 3. Alvin Ailey Dance School
Lauren P. Raysor, Esq should be named a Champion due to her consistent hard work as an attorney advocating for the rights of everyday people. She is passionate about education and the arts, and she would like to make sure that our youth will be well-rounded professionals. She’s served as president of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association,and worked for former New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer before starting her own private practice.
Nominated by Chantal Onelien