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Perry, Lauren

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Lauren Roselle Perry was born June 5, 1983, in Seattle, Washington but grew up in nearby Renton, Washington. She attended St. Anthony Catholic School and graduated in June of 2001 from Renton High School.  She then attends Xavier University in New Orleans, Louisiana before returning to the Pacific Northwest to attend Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon, graduating in 2010 with a degree in Human Development.  

Lauren has worked as a pre-school teacher for many years and sang with the Sound of the Northwest Choir which has tour across the nation and once performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City.   Lauren now works as a Case Prep Clerk in the Criminal Division of the City of Seattle’s Attorney’s Office.  She plans to pursue a Master’s of Social Work.

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